WO2016090953A1 - Atomization device and electronic cigarette containing same - Google Patents

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WO2016090953A1
WO2016090953A1 PCT/CN2015/087603 CN2015087603W WO2016090953A1 WO 2016090953 A1 WO2016090953 A1 WO 2016090953A1 CN 2015087603 W CN2015087603 W CN 2015087603W WO 2016090953 A1 WO2016090953 A1 WO 2016090953A1
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邱伟华
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    • A24F47/00Smokers' requisites not provided for elsewhere, e.g. devices to assist in stopping or limiting smoking

Abstract

Disclosed is an atomization device (13, 23, 33, 43), comprising a heating element (133, 233, 333, 433) and a temperature control switch (139, 239, 339, 439), the temperature control switch (139, 239, 339, 439) being close to the heating element (133, 233, 333, 433), or the heating element (133, 233, 333, 433) sheathing the temperature control switch (139, 239, 339, 439), the heating element (133, 233, 333, 433) being connected in series to the temperature control switch (139, 239, 339, 439), and the heating element (133, 233, 333, 433) and the temperature control switch (139, 239, 339, 439) being electrically connected to a power supply device (15, 25, 35, 45). Disclosed is an electronic cigarette (110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 210, 220, 230, 240, 310, 320, 330, 340, 410, 420, 430, 440), comprising the atomization device (13, 23, 33, 43).

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Atomizing device and electronic cigarette containing the same Technical field

The invention relates to the technical field of electronic cigarettes, in particular to an atomizing device capable of inducing temperature change of a heating element and an electronic cigarette having the temperature control function including the atomizing device.

Background technique

E-cigarette, also known as virtual cigarette, has a taste similar to that of cigarettes. It can simulate the feeling of smoking without affecting health. It is generally used as a smoking cessation product or as a substitute for cigarettes. However, as the output voltage or power of the electronic cigarette battery assembly portion becomes larger and the resistance value of the atomizer assembly portion heating element becomes smaller, the temperature generated by the heating element becomes higher and higher. Excessive temperature of the heating element may cause smoke, smoke or tobacco to produce and release substances harmful to human health, thereby affecting the user's knowledge of the electronic cigarette.

Summary of the invention

In order to solve the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide an atomizing device capable of inducing a temperature change of a heating element and an electronic cigarette having a temperature control function including the same.

The technical solution for achieving the object of the present invention is as follows:

An atomizing device includes a heating element and a temperature control switch, the temperature control switch is disposed adjacent to the heating element, or the heating element is sleeved on the temperature control switch, the heating element and the temperature control switch In series, the heating element and the temperature control switch are electrically connected to a power supply device.

In a first embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element. Or the heating element is wrapped or sleeved or adhered to the liquid guiding member.

Further, the liquid guiding component comprises a first liquid guiding component and a second liquid guiding component, one end of the first liquid guiding component is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding component, the first guiding The liquid element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the second liquid guiding element, (2) The second liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (3) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the first liquid guiding element, (4) said A liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (5) the heating element acts both as a heating element and as a liquid guiding element.

In a sixth embodiment, the heating element is disposed in contact with a porous liquid storage element.

In the tenth embodiment, the atomizing device further comprises a nozzle and a pneumatic valve, one end of the nozzle is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the pneumatic valve is disposed at a communication between the liquid liquid chamber and the nozzle.

Further, the heating element is disposed in the nozzle, and the temperature control switch is disposed at any one of the nozzle, the nozzle port, the nozzle, and the vicinity of the nozzle.

In a fourteenth embodiment, the atomizing device further comprises a tobacco/smoke container, the heating element being coated or coated or wound on the outer wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or doped or embedded or sandwiched It is disposed inside the wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or coated or embedded on the inner wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or contained in the tobacco/smoke container.

An atomizing device includes a heating element and a temperature control switch, the temperature control switch is disposed adjacent to the heating element, or the heating element is sleeved on the temperature control switch, the heating element and the temperature control switch They are electrically connected to a control device.

In a second embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element. Or the heating element is wrapped or sleeved or adhered to the liquid guiding member.

Further, the liquid guiding component comprises a first liquid guiding component and a second liquid guiding component, one end of the first liquid guiding component is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding component, the first guiding The liquid element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the second liquid guiding element, (2) The second liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (3) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the first liquid guiding element, (4) said A liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (5) the heating element acts both as a heating element and as a liquid guiding element.

In a seventh embodiment, the heating element is disposed in contact with a porous liquid storage element.

In an eleventh embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a nozzle and a pneumatic valve, one end of the nozzle is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the pneumatic valve is disposed at a communication between the liquid liquid chamber and the nozzle.

Further, the heating element is disposed in the nozzle, and the temperature control switch is disposed at any one of the nozzle, the nozzle port, the nozzle, and the vicinity of the nozzle.

In a fifteenth embodiment, the atomizing device further comprises a shredded tobacco/smoke container, the heating element being coated or coated or wound on the outer wall of the shredded tobacco/smoke container, or doped or embedded or laminated It is disposed inside the wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or coated or embedded on the inner wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or contained in the tobacco/smoke container.

An atomizing device comprising a heating element and a temperature sensitive element, the heating element and the temperature sensitive element are not directly electrically connected, and are respectively electrically connected to the control device, or the heating element and the heating element The sensitive components are directly electrically connected to each other and electrically connected to the control device.

In a third embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid guiding member is disposed close to or close to the temperature sensitive element, the guiding The liquid component and the temperature sensitive element are co-wound or nested or adhered to the heating element, or the liquid guiding component is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, or the heating element is wound or sleeved or tightly Adhered to the liquid-conducting member and the temperature-sensitive element, or the heating element is merely wound or sleeved or adhered to the liquid-conducting member.

Further, the liquid guiding component comprises a first liquid guiding component and a second liquid guiding component, one end of the first liquid guiding component is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding component, the first guiding The liquid element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the second liquid guiding element is placed close to or close to the temperature sensitive element, the heating element is wound or Nesting or clinging to the second liquid-conducting element and the temperature-sensitive element, or merely winding or nesting or adhering to the second liquid-conducting element, (2) the second liquid-conducting element is close to or close to a temperature sensitive element disposed, the second liquid guiding element and the temperature sensitive element being co-wound or nested or attached to the heating element, or only the second liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, (3) the heating element is sleeved or coated on the temperature sensitive element, the second liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved on the heating element, and (4) the temperature sensitive element is close to or close to the first a liquid guiding member disposed around or nested or attached to the first liquid guiding member and the temperature sensing member Or simply wrapping or nesting or adhering to the first liquid-conducting element, (5) the temperature-sensitive element is in close proximity to or close to the first liquid-conducting element, the first liquid-conducting element and the temperature-sensitive element are wound or Nesting or adhering to the heating element, or only the first liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or attached to the heating element, (6) the heating element is sleeved or coated on the temperature sensitive element, The first liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved on the heating element, (7) the heating element acts both as a heating element and a temperature sensitive element, and (8) the heating element simultaneously serves as a heating element, a liquid guiding element, and Temperature sensitive component.

In a fourth embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the heating element and the temperature sensing element are entangled or sleeved or closely attached thereto. Above the liquid guiding member, or the liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element and the temperature sensitive element.

Further, the liquid guiding component comprises a first liquid guiding component and a second liquid guiding component, one end of the first liquid guiding component is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding component, the first guiding The liquid element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the heating element and the temperature sensitive element are co-wound or nested or closely attached to the second liquid guiding element Above, (2) the second liquid-conducting element is wound or sleeved or attached to the heating element and the temperature-sensitive element, and (3) the heating element and the temperature-sensitive element are entangled or sleeved or adhered to Above the first liquid guiding element, (4) the first liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element and the temperature sensitive element, (5) the surface of the heating element is coated with a temperature sensitive material, (6) The heating element acts both as a heating element and as a temperature sensitive element.

In an eighth embodiment, the heating element is disposed in contact with a porous liquid storage element, the temperature sensitive element is disposed adjacent to or adjacent to the heating element, or the temperature sensitive element is coated or wound or sleeved on the heating element, Or the heating element is coated or wound or sleeved over the temperature sensitive element.

In a twelfth embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a nozzle and a pneumatic valve, one end of the nozzle is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the pneumatic valve is disposed at a communication between the liquid liquid chamber and the nozzle.

Further, the heating element is disposed in the nozzle, and the temperature sensitive element is disposed in any one of the nozzle, the nozzle, the nozzle, and the vicinity of the nozzle, or the temperature sensitive element is coated or wound or Having or nested over the heating element, or the heating element is coated or wrapped or nested or placed against the temperature sensitive element.

In a sixteenth embodiment, the atomizing device further comprises a tobacco/smoke container, the heating element being coated or coated or wound on the outer wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or doped or embedded or sandwiched Provided inside the wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or coated or embedded on the inner wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or contained in a tobacco/smoke container, the temperature sensitive element is sleeved or coated or Wrapped over the heating element, or the temperature sensitive element is placed close to or in close contact with the heating element, or the heating element acts both as a heating element and as a temperature sensitive element.

Further, the temperature sensitive element is jacketed with an insulating sleeve or coated with an insulating coating.

An atomizing device includes a heating element electrically coupled to a control device having a temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic.

Further, the heating element is made of one, two or more materials of platinum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, ceramic-based PTC, and polymer-based PTC.

In a fifth embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or closely attached to the heating element. Or the heating element is wrapped or sleeved or adhered to the liquid guiding member.

Further, the liquid guiding component comprises a first liquid guiding component and a second liquid guiding component, one end of the first liquid guiding component is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding component, the first guiding The liquid element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the second liquid guiding element, (2) The second liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (3) the heating element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the first liquid guiding element, (4) said A liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (5) the heating element acts both as a heating element and as a liquid guiding element.

In a ninth embodiment, the heating element is disposed in contact with a porous liquid storage element.

In a thirteenth embodiment, the atomizing device further includes a nozzle and a pneumatic valve, one end of the nozzle is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the pneumatic valve is disposed at a communication between the liquid liquid chamber and the nozzle.

Further, the heating element is disposed within the nozzle.

In a seventeenth embodiment, the atomizing device further comprises a tobacco/smoke container, the heating element being coated or coated or wound on the outer wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or doped or embedded or sandwiched It is disposed inside the wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or coated or embedded on the inner wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or contained in the tobacco/smoke container.

An electronic cigarette includes any one of the above-mentioned atomizing device and a power supply device, and the atomizing device is electrically connected to the power supply device.

Further, the electronic cigarette further includes a control device electrically connected to the control device, and the control device is electrically connected to the power supply device.

Further, the electronic cigarette further includes a liquid smoke driving device, and one end of the liquid smoke driving device is in communication with the liquid smoke chamber, and the liquid smoke driving device is electrically connected to the control device.

Further, the liquid smoke driving device is any one of a micro pump, a superelastic body, an air bag, and a memory alloy.

The invention has the following beneficial effects:

(1) The atomizing device can sense a temperature change of the heating element, and the electronic cigarette containing the atomizing device can maintain the temperature of the heating element within a reasonable range, thereby avoiding the generation and release of substances harmful to human health, In this way, it is also beneficial to maintain the taste, save energy, avoid overheating of the electronic cigarette housing and prevent heat aging of the internal components of the electronic cigarette.

(2) Keeping the temperature of the heating element within a reasonable range can effectively prevent carbonization or chipping of the liquid guiding element.

(3) Keeping the temperature of the heating element within a reasonable range greatly improves the safety of the user during use.

(4) The temperature control is directly controlled by the temperature control switch, and the structure is simple and easy to implement.

(5) The heating element and the temperature control switch are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device respectively, so that the selection range of the temperature control switch is wider.

(6) The control device can adjust the temperature of the heating element by connecting/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element and the power supply device through a switching circuit; and the switching circuit can be replaced by the adjusting circuit to increase/decrease/maintain the power supply device pair The output voltage/power of the heating element adjusts the temperature of the heating element, so that when the temperature of the heating element is too high, the operation is stopped immediately, and the temperature drops too fast, thereby affecting the user's use.

(7) The temperature of the heating element can be calculated by calculating the correspondence data between the resistance value of the temperature sensitive element and the temperature of the temperature sensitive element and the calculation formula of the temperature of the heating element.

(8) The user can input a desired target temperature TD (TL ≤ TD ≤ TH) through an input unit electrically connected to the processor to maintain the temperature of the heating element at TD.

(9) The heating element can directly reflect the change of temperature to the control device, and no need to set a temperature control switch or a temperature sensitive component, the structure is simple, saves space, and simplifies the operation process in the control device.

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1 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a first embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a second embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a block diagram showing the circuit structure of an electronic cigarette according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

4 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a third embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 5 is a schematic view of an atomizing device in a third embodiment of the present invention.

Fig. 6 is a block diagram showing a circuit structure of an electronic cigarette in a third embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a block diagram showing another circuit structure of an electronic cigarette according to a third embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 8 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a fourth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 9 is a schematic view of an atomizing device in a fourth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 10 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a fifth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 11 is a block diagram showing a circuit configuration of an electronic cigarette in a fifth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 12 is a block diagram showing another circuit configuration of an electronic cigarette in a fifth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 13 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a sixth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 14 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a seventh embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 15 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in an eighth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 16 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a ninth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 17 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a tenth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 18 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in an eleventh embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 19 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a twelfth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 20 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a thirteenth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 21 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a fourteenth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 22 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a fifteenth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 23 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a sixteenth embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 24 is a schematic view of an electronic cigarette in a seventeenth embodiment of the present invention.

Electronic cigarettes: 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 210, 220, 230, 240, 310, 320, 330, 340, 410, 420, 430, 440

Cigarette holder: 11, 21, 31, 41

Smoke chamber: 12a, 32a

Porous liquid storage component: 22b

Atomization device: 13, 23, 33, 43

First fluid guiding component: 131

Second fluid guiding component: 132

Heating elements: 133, 233, 333, 433

Temperature sensitive components: 134, 234, 334, 434

Nebulizer body: 135, 235

Nozzle: 336

Pneumatic valve: 337

Tobacco/smoke container: 438

Temperature control switch: 139, 239, 339, 439

Control device: 14, 24, 34, 44

Detection circuit: 141

Processor: 142

Switching circuit: 143

Input unit: 145

Power supply: 15, 25, 35, 45

Housing: 16, 26, 36, 46

Smoke outlet: 161, 261, 361, 461

Micro pump: 37

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For a better understanding of the technical features, objects, and advantages of the present invention, the specific embodiments of the present invention are described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. It is apparent that the described embodiments are part of the embodiments of the invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments obtained by those skilled in the art based on the embodiments of the present invention without creative efforts are within the scope of the present invention.

First embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 1, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 110 including a mouthpiece 11, a liquid liquid chamber 12a, an atomizing device 13, a power supply device 15, and a housing 16. One end of the mouthpiece 11 is connected to the housing 16. The liquid liquid chamber 12a, the atomizing device 13, and the power supply device 15 are all disposed in the housing 16. The atomizing device 13 is electrically connected to the power supply device 15 . The housing 16 is provided with a smoke outlet 161 at one end of the mouthpiece 11 . The smoke outlet 161 is in communication with the mouthpiece 11. The smoke liquid stored in the liquid liquid chamber 12a can be delivered to the atomizing device 13. After the atomization device 13 is electrically driven by the power supply device 15, the smoke liquid is heated to atomize, so that the user can obtain a smoking experience.

The atomizing device 13 includes a first liquid guiding element 131, a second liquid guiding element 132, a heating element 133, a temperature control switch 139, and an atomizer body 135. One end of the first liquid guiding element 131 is in communication with the liquid liquid chamber 12a, and the other end is connected to the second liquid guiding element 132 for conveying the liquid smoke in the liquid liquid chamber 12a to the second liquid guiding element 132 by capillary action. Alternatively, the second liquid-conducting element 132 itself is in direct communication with the liquid liquid chamber 12a (eg, the second liquid-conducting element 132 includes a liquid-conducting convex portion (not shown) that communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber 12a. The liquid is delivered to the other portion of the second liquid guiding member 132 through the liquid guiding convex portion, and the first liquid guiding member 131 is omitted. The heating element 133 is wound or nested or abutted against the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the second liquid-conducting element 132 is wound or nested or abutted against the heating element 133. Alternatively, the heating element 133 is wound or nested or abutted against the first liquid guiding element 131, omitting the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the first liquid guiding element 131 is wound or nested or abutted against the heating element 133, omitting the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the heating element 133 acts both as a heating element and as a liquid guiding element, omitting the first liquid guiding element 131 and the second liquid guiding element 132. The temperature control switch 139 is disposed adjacent to the heating element 133, or the heating element 133 is sleeved over the temperature control switch 139. The temperature control switch 139 is connected in series with the heating element 133. The heating element 133 and the temperature control switch 139 are electrically connected to the power supply device 15 . The atomizer base 135 is configured to fix at least one of the first liquid guiding element 131, the second liquid guiding element 132, the heating element 133, and the temperature control switch 139, etc., so that the components of the atomizing device 13 are The position is fixed.

The temperature control switch 139 has the following properties: when the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 is lower than the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is closed; when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ts> the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is turned off. . Considering that the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 is slightly lower than the temperature t of the heating element 133, preferably, the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 139 should be slightly lower than the required upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 133. . The temperature control switch 139 can be mechanical One, two or more combinations of the temperature control switch, the electronic temperature control switch, and the temperature relay. The mechanical temperature control switch comprises a steam pressure type temperature control switch, a liquid expansion type temperature control switch, a gas adsorption type temperature control switch and a metal expansion type temperature control switch, wherein the metal expansion type temperature control switch comprises a bimetal switch and Memory alloy switch. The electronic temperature control switch comprises a resistance type temperature control switch and a thermocouple type temperature control switch. The temperature relay includes a thermal reed relay.

The process of the electronic cigarette 110 to achieve temperature control is as follows: when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ≤ < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is connected to the circuit between the power supply device 15 and the heating element 133, and the heating element 133 works normally, heating The temperature t of the element 133 rises, and the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 also rises; when the temperature ts>the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 139, the temperature control switch 139 turns off the circuit between the power supply device 15 and the heating element 133. The heating element 133 stops working, the temperature t of the heating element 133 naturally decreases, and the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 also naturally drops until the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 < the operating temperature TM, and the temperature control switch 139 is again connected to the power supply device 15 and The circuit between the heating elements 133 causes the heating element 133 to function normally again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 13 can include two or more heating elements 133 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 139. The mating relationship between the heating element 133 and the temperature control switch 139 is the same as in the first embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 133 and the number of the temperature control switches 139 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 139 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the structure of the atomizing device 13 is simple and easy to implement, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 can be controlled only by the temperature control switch 139.

Second embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 2, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 120. Compared with the first embodiment, the embodiment is different in that the heating element 133 and the temperature control switch 139 are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device 14 respectively, and the control device 14 and the power supply device 15 Electrical connection. The property of the temperature control switch 139 may be any one of the following two types: 1. When the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ≤ < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is closed, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is closed. When the temperature is ts>, the temperature control switch 139 is turned off; second, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ≤ < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is turned off, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ts> the operating temperature TM The temperature control switch 139 is closed.

As shown in FIG. 3, the control device 14 includes a detection circuit 141, a processor 142, and a switch circuit 143. As the temperature t of the heating element 133 increases, the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 also rises. When the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 is lower than the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 generates the action A; when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is the action temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 operates the action B. The detecting circuit 141 is electrically connected to the temperature control switch 139, and monitors the action of the temperature control switch 139 in real time and feeds back to the processor 142. The processor 142 controls the closing/opening of the switch circuit 143 according to the action of the temperature control switch 139. The switch circuit 143 is electrically connected to the heating element 133 for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 133 and the power supply device 15. The action A may be that the temperature control switch 139 is closed, or the temperature control switch 139 may be disconnected; the action B is opposite to the action A.

The process of the electronic cigarette 120 to achieve temperature control is as follows: when the temperature control switch 139 generates the action A, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be closed, and the power supply device 15 supplies electric energy to the heating element 133, and the temperature of the heating element 133 rises. High, the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 also rises; when the temperature control switch 139 acts B, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be turned off, the power supply device 15 stops supplying power to the heating element 133, and the heating element 133 The temperature t naturally decreases, and the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 also naturally decreases until the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 139 < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 again acts A, and the processor 142 again controls the switching circuit 143 to supply power. The circuit between device 15 and heating element 133 causes heating element 133 to function properly again.

In other embodiments, the switch circuit 143 can be replaced by an adjustment circuit. When the temperature control switch 139 generates the action A, the adjustment circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to reduce the output voltage/power to the heating element 133; when the temperature control switch 139 acts B and the output voltage of the power supply device 15 to the heating element 133 When the power does not reach the maximum output voltage/power, the adjustment circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to increase the output voltage/power to the heating element 133; when the temperature control switch 139 occurs When the action B and the output voltage/power of the heating element 133 by the power supply device 15 reach the maximum output voltage/power, the adjustment circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to maintain the output voltage/power to the heating element 133.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 13 can include two or more heating elements 133 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 139. The mating relationship between the heating element 133 and the temperature control switch 139 is the same as in the second embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 133 and the number of the temperature control switches 139 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 139 is at least one.

In this embodiment, the heating element 133 and the temperature control switch 139 are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device 14, respectively, and have the following advantages:

(1) The temperature control switch 139 has a wider selection range, and its property may be any one of the following two types: 1. When the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ts < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is closed, when the temperature is When the temperature of the switch 139 is ts>the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is turned off; second, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ts<the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is turned off, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 139 is ts >When operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 139 is closed.

(2) The temperature t of the heating element 133 can be adjusted by connecting/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 133 and the power supply device 15; it is also possible to replace the switching circuit 143 with an adjustment circuit by increasing/decreasing/maintaining the power supply device 15 Adjusting the temperature t of the heating element 133 to the output voltage/power of the heating element 133 can prevent the temperature of the heating element 133 from being stopped immediately when the temperature of the heating element 133 is too high, so that the temperature t drops too fast, thereby affecting the user's use.

Third embodiment:

As shown in Figures 4 and 5, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 130. This embodiment differs from the second embodiment in that the temperature sensitive element 134 is electrically connected to the control device 14 instead of the temperature control switch 139.

The second liquid-conducting element 132 is disposed adjacent to or adjacent to the temperature-sensitive element 134, and the heating element 133 is wound or sleeved or adhered to the second liquid-conducting element 132 and the temperature-sensitive element 134, or simply wrapped or sleeved. It is placed or adhered to the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the second liquid-conducting element 132 is disposed adjacent to or adjacent to the temperature-sensitive element 134, and the second liquid-conducting element 132 and the temperature-sensitive element 134 are co-wound or nested or abutted on the heating element 133, or Only the second liquid guiding element 132 is wound or nested or placed against the heating element 133. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 134 is sleeved or coated over the heating element 133, and the second liquid conducting element 132 is wound or nested over the heating element 133. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 134 is placed against or adjacent to the first liquid guiding element 131, which is wrapped or nested or placed against the first liquid guiding element 131 and the temperature sensitive element 134, or only Winding or nesting or adhering to the first liquid guiding member 131 eliminates the second liquid guiding member 132. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 134 is in close proximity to or adjacent to the first liquid guiding element 131, and the first liquid guiding element 131 and the temperature sensitive element 134 are wound or nested or placed against the heating element 133, or only A liquid guiding member 131 is wound or sleeved or abutted against the heating member 133, and the second liquid guiding member 132 is omitted. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 134 is sleeved or coated on the heating element 133, and the first liquid guiding element 131 is wound or sleeved over the heating element 133, omitting the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the heating element 133 acts both as a heating element and as a temperature sensitive element, omitting the temperature sensitive element 134. Alternatively, the heating element 133 serves as both a heating element, a liquid guiding element, and a temperature sensitive element, omitting the first liquid guiding element 131, the second liquid guiding element 132, and the temperature sensing element 134. The heating element 133 and the temperature sensing element 134 are not directly electrically connected, and are electrically connected to the control device 14 respectively. Alternatively, the heating element 133 is directly electrically connected to the temperature sensitive element 134 and is electrically connected to the control device 14 . The atomizer base 135 is configured to fix at least one of the first liquid guiding element 131, the second liquid guiding element 132, the heating element 133, and the temperature sensitive element 134, thereby making the components of the atomizing device 13 The position is fixed. In order to avoid direct contact between the temperature sensitive element 134 and the heating element 133, an insulating sleeve or an insulating coating may be coated on the temperature sensitive element 134. In this embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 134 is a PTC thermistor.

As shown in FIG. 6, the control device 14 includes a detection circuit 141, a processor 142, and a switch circuit 143. The detection circuit 141 is electrically connected to the temperature sensitive element 134, monitors the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 in real time, and feeds back the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 to the processor 142. The processor 142 pre-stores the correspondence relationship between the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 and the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134, and the calculation formula of the temperature t of the heating element 133: t=T+ΔT (ΔT: experimental The difference between the temperature T of the resulting temperature sensitive element 134 and the temperature t of the heating element 133) and the heating element 133 The upper working temperature TH and the lower operating temperature TL. The processor 142 first calculates the temperature t of the heating element 133, then compares the temperature t of the heating element 133 with the upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 133 and the lower limit TL of the operating temperature, and finally controls the closing of the switching circuit 143 according to the comparison result. /disconnect. The switch circuit 143 is electrically connected to the heating element 133 for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 133 and the power supply device 15.

The process of the electronic cigarette 130 to achieve temperature control is as follows: the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134 rises as the temperature t of the heating element 133 increases. The resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 increases as the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134 increases. The detecting circuit 141 monitors the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 in real time, and feeds back the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 to the processor 142. The processor 142 first calculates the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134 according to the correspondence data between the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 and the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134, and then calculates the temperature according to the temperature t of the heating element 133: t =T + ΔT (ΔT: the difference between the temperature T of the temperature-sensitive element 134 and the temperature t of the heating element 133), the temperature t of the heating element 133 is calculated, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 is heated. The upper limit of the operating temperature TH of the element 133 is compared with the lower limit TL of the operating temperature, and finally the closing/opening of the switching circuit 143 is controlled in accordance with the comparison result. When the temperature t of the heating element 133 < the upper limit TH of the operating temperature, the processor 142 controls the switching circuit 143 to be closed, the power supply device 15 supplies electric energy to the heating element 133, the temperature t of the heating element 133 rises; when the temperature of the heating element 133 t> the upper limit of the operating temperature TH, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be turned off, the power supply device 15 stops supplying electric energy to the heating element 133, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 naturally drops until the temperature t of the heating element 133 = the operating temperature At the lower limit TL, the power supply is restored.

In other embodiments, the switch circuit 143 can be replaced by an adjustment circuit. When the temperature t of the heating element 133>the upper limit TH of the operating temperature, the regulating circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to reduce the output voltage/power to the heating element 133; when the temperature t of the heating element 133<the lower limit TL of the operating temperature and the power supply device When the output voltage/power of the pair of heating elements 133 does not reach the maximum output voltage/power, the regulating circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to increase the output voltage/power to the heating element 133; when the temperature of the heating element 133 is t < operating temperature The regulation circuit can adjust the output voltage/power of the power supply device 15 to the heating element 133 when the lower limit TL and the output voltage/power of the heating element 133 by the power supply device 15 reaches the maximum output voltage/power.

Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the electronic cigarette 130 may further include an input unit 145 electrically connected to the processor 142. The user can input a desired target temperature TD (TL ≤ TD ≤ TH) through the input unit 145. The processor 142 compares the temperature t of the heating element 133 with the target temperature TD: when t < TD, the processor 142 controls the switching circuit 143 to be closed, and the power supply device 15 supplies electrical energy to the heating element 133, the heating element 133 The temperature t rises; when t>TD, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be turned off, the power supply device 15 stops supplying electric energy to the heating element 133, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 naturally drops. It can be understood that the switch circuit 143 can be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 133 by the power supply device 15.

In other embodiments, the temperature sensitive element 134 may also be any one of an NTC thermistor, a bimetal, a thermocouple, a quartz crystal temperature sensor, a fiber optic temperature sensor, an infrared temperature sensor, and a P-N junction temperature sensor. The detecting circuit 141 monitors in real time a physical quantity corresponding to the temperature sensitive element 134 of one of the resistance of the temperature sensitive element 134, the degree of thermal expansion and bending, the thermoelectromotive force, the oscillation frequency, the optical power, the heat radiation, and the reverse saturation current. x. The processor 142 may first calculate the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134 according to the correspondence data between the physical quantity x of the temperature sensitive element 134 and the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134, and then according to the calculation formula of the temperature t of the heating element 133: t = T + ΔT (ΔT: the difference between the temperature T of the temperature-sensitive element 134 obtained experimentally and the temperature t of the heating element 133) The temperature t of the heating element 133 is calculated.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 13 can include two or more heating elements 133 and a same number of temperature sensitive elements 134. The mating relationship between the heating element 133 and the temperature sensitive element 134 is the same as in the third embodiment. It will be appreciated that the number of heating elements 133 may not match the number of temperature sensitive elements 134, however, the number of temperature sensitive elements 134 may be at least one.

In the present embodiment, the use of the temperature sensitive element 134 to induce a change in the temperature t of the heating element 133 has the following advantages:

(1) Corresponding relationship between the resistance value R of the temperature sensitive element 134 and the temperature T of the temperature sensitive element 134 stored in advance According to the calculation formula of the temperature t of the heating element 133: t=T+ΔT (ΔT: the difference between the temperature T of the temperature-sensitive element 134 obtained by the experiment and the temperature t of the heating element 133), the heating element can be calculated Temperature t.

(2) By an input unit 145 electrically connected to the processor 142, the user can input a desired target temperature TD (TL ≤ TD ≤ TH) and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 133 at TD.

Fourth embodiment:

As shown in Figures 8 and 9, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 140. This embodiment differs from the third embodiment in the manner in which the heating element 133 and the temperature sensitive element 134 are disposed.

The heating element 133 and the temperature sensitive element 134 are co-wound or nested or abutted against the second liquid guiding element 132. The length ratio δ of the temperature sensitive element 134 to the heating element 133 is understood to be such that 0 < δ ≤ 1. Alternatively, the second liquid-conducting element 132 is wound or nested or abutted against the heating element 133 and the temperature-sensitive element 134. Alternatively, the heating element 133 and the temperature sensitive element 134 are co-wound or nested or abutted against the first liquid guiding element 131, omitting the second liquid guiding element 132. Alternatively, the first liquid-conducting element 131 is wound or nested or abutted against the heating element 133 and the temperature-sensitive element 134, omitting the second liquid-conducting element 132. Alternatively, a temperature sensitive material is applied to the surface of the heating element 133, omitting the temperature sensitive element 134. Alternatively, the heating element 133 acts both as a heating element and as a temperature sensitive element, omitting the temperature sensitive element 134. The heating element 133 and the temperature sensing element 134 are not directly electrically connected, and are electrically connected to the control device 14 respectively. Alternatively, the heating element 133 is directly electrically connected to the temperature sensitive element 134 and is electrically connected to the control device 14 . In order to avoid direct contact between the temperature sensitive element 134 and the heating element 133, an insulating sleeve or an insulating coating may be coated on the temperature sensitive element 134. In this embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 134 is a PTC thermistor.

In the present embodiment, the arrangement in which the heating element 133 and the temperature sensing element 134 are co-wound or nested or adhered to the second liquid guiding element 132 can effectively save space.

Fifth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 10, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 150. This embodiment differs from the fourth embodiment in that only the heating element 133 is electrically connected to the control device 14 without the temperature sensitive element 134. The heating element 133 has a temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic. The resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 increases as the temperature t of the heating element 133 increases. The heating element 133 may be made of one, two or more kinds of temperature-sensitive materials such as platinum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, ceramic-based PTC, and polymer-based PTC.

As shown in FIG. 11, the control device 14 includes a detection circuit 141, a processor 142, and a switch circuit 143. The detecting circuit 141 is electrically connected to the heating element 133, monitors the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 in real time, and feeds back the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 to the processor 142. Corresponding relationship data between the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 and the temperature t of the heating element 133 and the upper operating temperature TH and the operating temperature lower limit TL of the heating element 133 are stored in the processor 142 in advance. The processor 142 first calculates the temperature t of the heating element 133, then compares the temperature t of the heating element 133 with the upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 133 and the lower limit TL of the operating temperature, and finally controls the closing of the switching circuit 143 according to the comparison result. /disconnect. The switch circuit 143 is electrically connected to the heating element 133 for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 133 and the power supply device 15.

The process of achieving temperature control of the electronic cigarette 150 is as follows: the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 increases as the temperature t of the heating element 133 increases. The detection circuit 141 monitors the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 in real time, and feeds back the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 to the processor 142. The processor 142 first calculates the temperature t of the heating element 133 according to the correspondence data between the resistance value Rt of the heating element 133 and the temperature t of the heating element 133, and then sets the temperature t of the heating element 133 and the upper operating temperature of the heating element 133. The TH is compared with the lower operating temperature limit TL, and finally the closing/opening of the switching circuit 143 is controlled in accordance with the comparison result. When the temperature t of the heating element 133 < the upper limit TH of the operating temperature, the processor 142 controls the switching circuit 143 to be closed, the power supply device 15 supplies electric energy to the heating element 133, the temperature t of the heating element 133 rises; when the temperature of the heating element 133 t> the upper limit of the operating temperature TH, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be turned off, the power supply device 15 stops supplying electric energy to the heating element 133, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 naturally drops until the temperature t of the heating element 133 = the operating temperature At the lower limit TL, the power supply is restored.

In other embodiments, the switch circuit 143 can be replaced by an adjustment circuit. When the temperature of the heating element 133 is t> When the upper temperature limit TH is made, the adjustment circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to reduce the output voltage/power to the heating element 133; when the temperature t of the heating element 133 < the lower limit of the operating temperature TL and the output voltage of the power supply device 15 to the heating element 133 / When the power does not reach the maximum output voltage / power, the adjustment circuit can adjust the power supply device 15 to increase the output voltage / power to the heating element 133; when the temperature t of the heating element 133 < the lower limit of the operating temperature TL and the power supply device 15 to the heating The regulation circuit can adjust the output voltage/power of the power supply device 15 to the heating element 133 when the output voltage/power of the component 133 reaches the maximum output voltage/power.

Further, as shown in FIG. 12, the electronic cigarette 150 further includes an input unit 145 electrically connected to the processor 142. The user can input a desired target temperature TD (TL ≤ TD ≤ TH) through the input unit 145. The processor 142 compares the temperature t of the heating element 133 with the target temperature TD: when t < TD, the processor 142 controls the switching circuit 143 to be closed, and the power supply device 15 supplies electrical energy to the heating element 133, the heating element 133 The temperature t rises; when t>TD, the processor 142 controls the switch circuit 143 to be turned off, the power supply device 15 stops supplying electric energy to the heating element 133, and the temperature t of the heating element 133 naturally drops. It can be understood that the switch circuit 143 can be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 133 by the power supply device 15.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 13 can include two or more heating elements 133. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 133 and the control device 14 is the same as in the fifth embodiment.

In this embodiment, the heating element 133 having the temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic is selected, which has the advantage that the heating element 133 can directly reflect the change of the temperature t to the control device 14, without further setting a temperature control switch or a temperature sensitive element, the structure It is simple, saves space, and also simplifies the computational process within the control device 14.

Sixth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 13, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 210 including a mouthpiece 21, a porous liquid storage element 22b, an atomizing device 23, a power supply device 25, and a housing 26. One end of the mouthpiece 21 is connected to the housing 26. The porous liquid storage element 22b, the atomizing device 23, and the power supply device 25 are all disposed in the housing 26. The atomizing device 23 is electrically connected to the power supply device 25 . The housing 26 is provided with a smoke outlet 261 at one end of the mouthpiece 21 . The smoke outlet 261 is in communication with the mouthpiece 21. The liquid smoke stored in the porous liquid storage element 22b can flow into the atomizing device 23 by capillary action. After the atomization device 23 is electrically driven by the power supply device 25, the smoke liquid is heated to atomize, so that the user can obtain a smoking experience.

The atomizing device 23 includes a heating element 233, a temperature control switch 239, and an atomizer body 235. The heating element 233 is placed in contact with the porous liquid storage element 22b. The porous liquid storage member 22b can transport the liquid smoke stored therein to the heating element 233 by capillary action. The temperature control switch 239 is disposed adjacent to the heating element 233, or the heating element 233 is sleeved over the temperature control switch 239. The temperature control switch 239 is connected in series with the heating element 233. The heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 are electrically connected to the power supply device 25 . The atomizer base 235 is for fixing at least one of the heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 such that the position of each element within the atomizing device 23 is fixed.

The temperature control switch 239 has the following properties: when the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 239 is lower than the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 239 is closed; when the temperature of the temperature control switch 239 is ts> the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 239 is disconnected. . Considering that the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 239 is slightly lower than the temperature t of the heating element 233, preferably, the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 239 should be made slightly lower than the required upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 233. . The temperature control switch 239 may be one of a mechanical temperature control switch, an electronic temperature control switch, and a temperature relay, or any combination of two or more. The mechanical temperature control switch comprises a steam pressure type temperature control switch, a liquid expansion type temperature control switch, a gas adsorption type temperature control switch and a metal expansion type temperature control switch, wherein the metal expansion type temperature control switch comprises a bimetal switch and Memory alloy switch. The electronic temperature control switch comprises a resistance type temperature control switch and a thermocouple type temperature control switch. The temperature relay includes a thermal reed relay.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 210 is the same as that in the first embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 23 can include two or more heating elements 233 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 239. The mating relationship between the heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 is the same as in the sixth embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 233 and the number of the temperature control switches 239 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 239 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the structure of the atomizing device 23 is simple and easy to implement, and the temperature t of the heating element 233 can be controlled only by the temperature control switch 239.

Seventh embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 14, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 220. Compared with the sixth embodiment, the embodiment is different in that the heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 are not directly connected in series, but are respectively electrically connected to a control device 24, and the control device 24 and the power supply device 25 Electrical connection. The temperature control switch 239 may be in any one of the following two types: 1. When the temperature of the temperature control switch 239 is ≤ < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 239 is closed, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 239 is closed. When the temperature is ts>, the temperature control switch 239 is turned off; second, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 239 is ts < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 239 is turned off, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 239 is ts> the operating temperature TM The temperature control switch 239 is closed.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 24 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 220 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 233 and the power supply device 25 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 233 by the power supply device 25. The implementation process is the same as that described in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 23 can include two or more heating elements 233 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 239. The mating relationship between the heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 is the same as in the seventh embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 233 and the number of the temperature control switches 239 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 239 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the heating element 233 and the temperature control switch 239 are not directly connected in series, but are respectively electrically connected to a control device 24, and the advantages are the same as those described in the second embodiment, and are not described herein again.

Eighth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 15, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 230. The difference between this embodiment and the seventh embodiment is that the temperature sensitive element 234 is electrically connected to the control device 24 instead of the temperature control switch 239.

The temperature sensitive element 234 is placed against or adjacent to the heating element 233. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 234 is coated or wound or nested over the heating element 233. Alternatively, the heating element 233 is coated or wound or nested over the temperature sensitive element 234. The heating element 233 and the temperature sensitive element 234 are not electrically connected, and are electrically connected to the control device 24 respectively. Alternatively, the heating element 233 is electrically connected to the temperature sensing element 234 and is electrically connected to the control device 24 . The atomizer base 235 is used to fix at least one of the heating element 233 and the temperature sensitive element 234 such that the position of each element within the atomizing device 23 is fixed. In order to prevent the temperature sensitive element 234 from directly contacting the heating element 233, an insulating sleeve or an insulating coating may be coated on the temperature sensitive element 234. In this embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 234 is a PTC thermistor.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 24 is the same as in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 230 is the same as in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 233 and the power supply device 25 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 233 by the power supply device 25. The implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 230 may further include an input unit through which the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH), and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 233 in the TD to work. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the temperature sensitive element 234 may also be any one of an NTC thermistor, a bimetal, a thermocouple, a quartz crystal temperature sensor, a fiber optic temperature sensor, an infrared temperature sensor, and a P-N junction temperature sensor. The control device 24 can calculate the temperature t of the heating element 233 with reference to the method described in the third embodiment.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 23 can include two or more heating elements 233 and a same number of temperature sensitive elements 234. The mating relationship between the heating element 233 and the temperature sensitive element 234 is the same as in the eighth embodiment. Can reason Decoupling, the number of heating elements 233 and the number of temperature sensitive elements 234 may not match, but the number of temperature sensitive elements 234 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the temperature sensing element 234 is used to induce a change in the temperature t of the heating element 233, which has the same advantages as described in the third embodiment, and will not be described herein.

Ninth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 16, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 240. This embodiment differs from the eighth embodiment in that only the heating element 233 is electrically connected to the control device 24, without the temperature sensitive element 234. The heating element 233 has a temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic. The resistance value Rt of the heating element 233 increases as the temperature t of the heating element 233 increases. The heating element 233 may be made of one, two or more kinds of temperature-sensitive materials such as platinum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, ceramic-based PTC, and polymer-based PTC.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 24 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 240 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 233 and the power supply device 25 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 233 by the power supply device 25. The implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 240 may further include an input unit through which the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH) and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 233 in the TD. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 23 can include two or more heating elements 233. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 233 and the control device 24 is the same as in the ninth embodiment.

In the present embodiment, the heating element 233 having the characteristic of the temperature coefficient of resistance is selected, and the advantages are the same as those described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Tenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 17, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 310 including a mouthpiece 31, a liquid liquid chamber 32a, an atomizing device 33, a control device 34, a power supply device 35, a housing 36, and a micropump 37. One end of the mouthpiece 31 is connected to the housing 36. The atomizing device 33, the liquid liquid chamber 32a, the micropump 37, the control device 34, and the power supply device 35 are all disposed in the housing 36. The atomizing device 33 and the control device 34 are electrically connected to the power feeding device 35, respectively. One end of the micropump 37 is in communication with the liquid liquid chamber 32a, and is electrically connected to the control device 34. The housing 36 is provided with a smoke outlet 361 at one end of the mouthpiece 31. The smoke outlet 361 is in communication with the mouthpiece 31. The soot liquid stored in the liquid liquid chamber 32a is sprayed into the atomizing device 33 by the driving of the micropump 37. The control device 34 is used to control the supply of electrical energy to the micropump 37 by the power supply device 35. After the atomization device 33 is electrically driven by the power supply device 35, the smoke liquid is heated to atomize, so that the user can obtain a smoking experience. Wherein, the micropump 37 can be replaced by other smoke liquid driving devices which can drive the smoke liquid in the liquid liquid chamber 32a, such as a superelastic body, an air bag, a memory alloy or the like.

The atomizing device 33 includes a heating element 333, a nozzle 336, a pneumatic valve 337, and a temperature control switch 339. One end of the nozzle 336 is connected to the liquid liquid chamber 32a, and the pneumatic valve 337 is disposed at a communication point between the liquid liquid chamber 32a and the nozzle 336. The heating element 333 is disposed in the nozzle 336 in series with the temperature control switch 339 for heating the aerosol to atomize. The temperature control switch 339 can be disposed in the nozzle 336, and can be disposed on the nozzle 336, and can be disposed on the nozzle 336 or in the vicinity of the nozzle 336. Alternatively, the heating element 333 is sleeved over the temperature control switch 339. The heating element 333 and the temperature control switch 339 are electrically connected to the control device 34.

The temperature control switch 339 has the following properties: when the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 339 is lower than the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 339 is closed; when the temperature of the temperature control switch 339 is ts> the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 339 is turned off. . Considering that the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 339 is slightly lower than the temperature t of the heating element 333, preferably, the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 339 should be made slightly lower than the required upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 333. . The temperature control switch 339 may be one of a mechanical temperature control switch, an electronic temperature control switch, and a temperature relay, or any combination of two or more. The mechanical temperature control switch comprises a steam pressure type temperature control switch, a liquid expansion type temperature control switch, a gas adsorption type temperature control switch and a metal expansion type temperature control switch, wherein the metal expansion type temperature control switch comprises a bimetal switch and Memory alloy switch. Said The electronic temperature control switch includes a resistance type temperature control switch and a thermocouple type temperature control switch. The temperature relay includes a thermal reed relay.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 310 is the same as that in the first embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, a control circuit is disposed in the control device 34 for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the micropump 37 and the power supply device 35. The user can manually close/open the circuit between the micropump 37 and the power supply device 35 through the switch circuit, or can automatically control the switch circuit to close/open the circuit between the micropump 37 and the power supply device 35 through the control device 34. . It will be appreciated that the switching circuit can be replaced by an adjustment circuit for regulating the output voltage/power of the micropump 37 by the power supply unit 35.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 33 can include two or more heating elements 333 and the same number of temperature controlled switches 339. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 333 and the temperature control switch 339 is the same as in the tenth embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 333 and the number of the temperature control switches 339 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 339 is at least one.

In the embodiment, the structure of the atomizing device 33 is simple and easy to implement, and the temperature t of the heating element 333 can be controlled only by the temperature control switch 339.

Eleventh embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 18, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 320. Compared with the tenth embodiment, the embodiment is different in that the heating element 333 and the temperature control switch 339 are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device 34, and the control device 34 and the power supply device 35 are respectively connected. Electrical connection. The property of the temperature control switch 339 may be any one of the following two types: 1. When the temperature ts<the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 339, the temperature control switch 339 is closed, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 339 is closed. When the temperature is ts>, the temperature control switch 339 is turned off; second, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 339 is ts < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 339 is turned off, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 339 is ts> the operating temperature TM The temperature control switch 339 is closed.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 34 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing the temperature control of the electronic cigarette 320 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The cooperation relationship between the control device 34 and the micropump 37 is the same as that in the tenth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 333 and the power supply device 35 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 333 by the power supply device 35, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 33 can include two or more heating elements 333 and the same number of temperature controlled switches 339. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 333 and the temperature control switch 339 is the same as in the eleventh embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 333 and the number of the temperature control switches 339 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 339 is at least one.

In this embodiment, the heating element 333 and the temperature control switch 339 are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device 34 respectively, and the advantages are the same as those described in the second embodiment, and are not described herein again.

Twelfth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 19, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 330. This embodiment differs from the eleventh embodiment in that the temperature sensitive element 334 is electrically connected to the control device 34 instead of the temperature control switch 339.

The temperature sensitive element 334 can be disposed in the nozzle 336, can be disposed at the mouth of the nozzle 336, can be disposed on the nozzle 336, or can be disposed near the nozzle 336. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 334 is coated or wrapped or nested or snugly over the heating element 333. Alternatively, the heating element 333 is coated or wrapped or nested or snugly over the temperature sensitive element 334. The heating element 333 and the temperature sensing element 334 are not electrically connected, and are electrically connected to the control device 34 respectively. Alternatively, the heating element 333 is electrically connected to the temperature sensing element 334 and is electrically connected to the control device 34. In order to prevent the temperature sensitive element 334 from directly contacting the heating element 333, an insulating sleeve or an insulating coating may be coated on the temperature sensitive element 334. In this embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 334 is a PTC thermistor.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 34 is the same as that in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 330 is the same as in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The cooperation relationship between the control device 34 and the micropump 37 is the same as that in the tenth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 333 and the power supply device 35 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 333 by the power supply device 35, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 330 may further include an input unit, and the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH) through the input unit, and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 333 in the TD to work. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the temperature sensitive element 334 can also be any one of an NTC thermistor, a bimetal, a thermocouple, a quartz crystal temperature sensor, a fiber optic temperature sensor, an infrared temperature sensor, and a P-N junction temperature sensor. The control device 34 can calculate the temperature t of the heating element 333 with reference to the method described in the third embodiment.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 33 can include two or more heating elements 333 and a same number of temperature sensitive elements 334. The mating relationship between the heating element 333 and the temperature sensitive element 334 is the same as in the twelfth embodiment. It will be appreciated that the number of heating elements 333 may not match the number of temperature sensitive elements 334, however, the number of temperature sensitive elements 334 may be at least one.

In the present embodiment, the temperature sensing element 334 is used to induce a change in the temperature t of the heating element 333, which has the same advantages as described in the third embodiment, and will not be described herein.

Thirteenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 20, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 340. This embodiment differs from the twelfth embodiment in that only the heating element 333 is electrically connected to the control device 34, and no temperature sensitive element 334 is provided. The heating element 333 has a temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic. The resistance value Rt of the heating element 333 increases as the temperature t of the heating element 333 increases. The heating element 333 may be made of one, two or more kinds of temperature-sensitive materials such as platinum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, ceramic-based PTC, and polymer-based PTC.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 34 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing the temperature control of the electronic cigarette 340 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The cooperation relationship between the control device 34 and the micropump 37 is the same as that in the tenth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 333 and the power supply device 35 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 333 by the power supply device 35, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 340 may further include an input unit, and the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH) through the input unit, and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 333 in the TD to work. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 33 can include two or more heating elements 333. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 333 and the control device 34 is the same as in the thirteenth embodiment.

In the present embodiment, the heating element 333 having the characteristic of temperature coefficient of resistance is selected, and the advantages are the same as those described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Fourteenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 21, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 410 including a mouthpiece 41, an atomizing device 43, a power supply device 45, and a housing 46. One end of the mouthpiece 41 is connected to the housing 46. The atomizing device 43 is electrically connected to the power supply device 45 and disposed in the housing 46. The housing 46 is provided with a smoke outlet 461 at one end of the mouthpiece 41. The smoke outlet 461 is in communication with the mouthpiece 41. After the atomization device 43 is electrically driven by the power supply device 45, the tobacco/smoke paste contained in the atomization device 43 is heated to be atomized, so that the user can obtain a smoking experience.

The atomizing device 43 includes a heating element 433, a tobacco/smoke container 438, and a temperature control switch 439. The cut tobacco/smoke container 438 is used to load tobacco/smoke. The heating element 433 is coated or coated or wrapped around the outer wall of the tobacco/smoke container 438, or is doped or embedded or sandwiched within the wall of the tobacco/smoke container 438, or coated or embedded. In shredded tobacco The inner wall of the/smoke container 438 is contained in the tobacco/smoke container 438 for heating the tobacco/smoke to atomize it. The temperature control switch 439 is disposed adjacent to the heating element 433 and in series with the heating element 433. The heating element 433 and the temperature control switch 439 are electrically connected to the power supply device 45. It will be appreciated that the atomizing device 43 can also be used to atomize the soot oil by simple modification.

The temperature control switch 439 has the following properties: when the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 439 is lower than the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 439 is closed; when the temperature of the temperature control switch 439 is ts> the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 439 is disconnected. . Considering that the temperature ts of the temperature control switch 439 is slightly lower than the temperature t of the heating element 433, preferably, the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 439 should be made slightly lower than the required upper operating temperature TH of the heating element 433. . The temperature control switch 439 may be one of a mechanical temperature control switch, an electronic temperature control switch, and a temperature relay, or any combination of two or more. The mechanical temperature control switch comprises a steam pressure type temperature control switch, a liquid expansion type temperature control switch, a gas adsorption type temperature control switch and a metal expansion type temperature control switch, wherein the metal expansion type temperature control switch comprises a bimetal switch and Memory alloy switch. The electronic temperature control switch comprises a resistance type temperature control switch and a thermocouple type temperature control switch. The temperature relay includes a thermal reed relay.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 410 is the same as in the first embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 43 can include two or more heating elements 433 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 439. The mating relationship between the heating element 433 and the temperature control switch 439 is the same as in the fourteenth embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 433 and the number of the temperature control switches 439 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 439 is at least one.

In the embodiment, the structure of the atomizing device 43 is simple and easy to implement, and the temperature t of the heating element 433 can be controlled only by the temperature control switch 439.

Fifteenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 22, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 420. Compared with the fourteenth embodiment, the embodiment is different in that the heating element 433 and the temperature control switch 439 are not directly connected in series, but are respectively electrically connected to a control device 44, and the control device 44 and the power supply device are respectively connected. 45 electrical connection. Wherein, the property of the temperature control switch 439 can be any one of the following two: First, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 439 is ts < the operating temperature TM, the temperature control switch 439 is closed, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 439 When the temperature is ts>, the temperature control switch 439 is turned off; second, when the temperature ts<the operating temperature TM of the temperature control switch 439 is turned off, the temperature control switch 439 is turned off, when the temperature of the temperature control switch 439 is ts>the operating temperature TM The temperature control switch 439 is closed.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 44 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 420 is the same as that in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 433 and the power supply device 45 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 433 by the power supply device 45, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the second embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 43 can include two or more heating elements 433 and a same number of temperature controlled switches 439. The mating relationship between the heating element 433 and the temperature control switch 439 is the same as in the fourteenth embodiment. It can be understood that the number of the heating elements 433 and the number of the temperature control switches 439 may not match, but the number of the temperature control switches 439 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the heating element 433 and the temperature control switch 439 are not directly connected in series, but are electrically connected to a control device 44, respectively, and the advantages are the same as those described in the second embodiment, and are not described herein again.

Sixteenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 23, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 430. This embodiment differs from the fifteenth embodiment in that the temperature sensitive element 434 is electrically connected to the control device 44 instead of the temperature control switch 439.

The temperature sensitive element 434 is sleeved or coated or wound on the heating element 433, and is electrically connected to the control device 44 for sensing the change of the temperature t of the heating element 433 and feeding back to the control device 44. Alternatively, the temperature sensitive element 434 is disposed proximate or in close proximity to the heating element 433. Alternatively, the heating element 433 acts both as a heating element and as a temperature sensitive element, The temperature sensitive element 434 is removed. In order to prevent the temperature sensitive element 434 from directly contacting the heating element 433, an insulating sleeve or an insulating coating may be coated on the temperature sensitive element 434. In this embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 434 is a PTC thermistor.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 44 is the same as in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing temperature control of the electronic cigarette 430 is the same as that in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 433 and the power supply device 45 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 433 by the power supply device 45, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 430 may further include an input unit, and the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH) through the input unit, and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 433 in the TD to work. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the third embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the temperature sensitive element 434 can also be any one of an NTC thermistor, a bimetal, a thermocouple, a quartz crystal temperature sensor, a fiber optic temperature sensor, an infrared temperature sensor, and a P-N junction temperature sensor. The control device 44 can calculate the temperature t of the heating element 433 with reference to the method described in the third embodiment.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 43 can include two or more heating elements 433 and a same number of temperature sensitive elements 434. The mating relationship between the heating element 433 and the temperature sensitive element 434 is the same as in the sixteenth embodiment. It will be appreciated that the number of heating elements 433 may not match the number of temperature sensitive elements 434, however, the number of temperature sensitive elements 434 is at least one.

In the present embodiment, the temperature sensitive element 434 is used to induce a change in the temperature t of the heating element 433, which has the same advantages as described in the third embodiment, and will not be described herein.

Seventeenth embodiment:

As shown in FIG. 24, the present invention provides an electronic cigarette 440. This embodiment differs from the sixteenth embodiment in that only the heating element 433 is electrically connected to the control device 44, and no temperature sensitive element 434 is provided. The heating element 433 has a temperature coefficient of resistance characteristic. The resistance value Rt of the heating element 433 increases as the temperature t of the heating element 433 increases. The heating element 433 may be made of one, two or more kinds of temperature-sensitive materials such as platinum, copper, nickel, titanium, iron, ceramic-based PTC, and polymer-based PTC.

The circuit connection for implementing temperature control in the control device 44 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

The process of implementing the temperature control of the electronic cigarette 440 is the same as that in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the switching circuit for closing/disconnecting the circuit between the heating element 433 and the power supply device 45 can also be replaced by an adjustment circuit for adjusting the output voltage/power of the heating element 433 by the power supply device 45, specifically The implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

Further, the electronic cigarette 440 may further include an input unit, and the user can input the required target temperature TD (TL≤TD≤TH) through the input unit, and maintain the temperature t of the heating element 433 in the TD to work. The specific implementation process is the same as that described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

In other embodiments, the atomizing device 43 can include two or more heating elements 433. The cooperation relationship between the heating element 433 and the control device 44 is the same as in the seventeenth embodiment.

In the present embodiment, the heating element 433 having the characteristic of the temperature coefficient of resistance is selected, and the advantages are the same as those described in the fifth embodiment, and details are not described herein again.

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  1. An atomizing device, characterized in that the atomizing device comprises a heating element and a temperature control switch, the temperature control switch is arranged close to the heating element, or the heating element is sleeved on the temperature control switch, the heating element In series with the temperature control switch, the heating element and the temperature control switch are electrically connected to a power supply device.
  2. The atomizing device according to claim 1, wherein the atomizing device further comprises a liquid guiding member, a part of the liquid guiding member communicates/extends into the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid guiding member is wound or sleeved. Or it is placed on top of the heating element, or the heating element is wound or sleeved or placed on top of the liquid guiding member.
  3. The atomizing device according to claim 2, wherein the liquid guiding member comprises a first liquid guiding member and a second liquid guiding member, one end of the first liquid guiding member is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the other end is connected The second liquid guiding element, the first liquid guiding element, the second liquid guiding element and the heating element are arranged in any one of the following ways: (1) the heating element is wound or sleeved or closely attached Above the second liquid-conducting element, (2) the second liquid-conducting element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (3) the heating element is wound or sleeved or closely attached to the first guide Above the liquid element, (4) the first liquid guiding element is wound or sleeved or adhered to the heating element, and (5) the heating element acts both as a heating element and as a liquid guiding element.
  4. The atomizing device of claim 1 wherein said heating element is disposed in contact with a porous liquid storage element.
  5. The atomizing device according to claim 1, wherein the atomizing device further comprises a nozzle and a pneumatic valve, one end of the nozzle is connected to the liquid chamber, and the pneumatic valve is disposed in the liquid chamber. The connection of the nozzle.
  6. The atomizing device according to claim 5, wherein the heating element is disposed in the nozzle, and the temperature control switch is disposed in the nozzle, the nozzle port, the nozzle, and the vicinity of the nozzle. .
  7. The atomizing device according to claim 1, wherein the atomizing device further comprises a tobacco/smoke container, the heating element being coated or coated or wound around the outer wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or The doping or embedding or interlayer is disposed inside the body of the tobacco/smoke container, or coated or embedded on the inner wall of the tobacco/smoke container, or contained in the tobacco/smoke container.
  8. An electronic cigarette, characterized in that the electronic cigarette comprises the atomizing device according to any one of claims 1 to 7 and a power supply device, and the atomizing device is electrically connected to the power supply device.
  9. The electronic cigarette according to claim 8, wherein the electronic cigarette further comprises a control device, the atomization device is electrically connected to the control device, and the control device is electrically connected to the power supply device.
  10. The electronic cigarette according to claim 9, wherein the electronic cigarette further comprises a liquid smoke driving device, one end of the liquid smoke driving device is connected to the liquid liquid chamber, and the liquid smoke driving device and the control device are electrically Sexual connection.
  11. The electronic cigarette according to claim 10, wherein the liquid smoke driving device is any one of a micro pump, a superelastic body, an air bag, and a memory alloy.
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