(19)
(11)EP 3 462 518 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
13.05.2020 Bulletin 2020/20

(21)Application number: 18189677.0

(22)Date of filing:  20.08.2018
(51)Int. Cl.: 
H01M 2/10  (2006.01)
A45F 3/10  (2006.01)
A01G 20/40  (2018.01)
A45F 3/12  (2006.01)
A01G 20/30  (2018.01)
H01M 2/20  (2006.01)
A45F 3/14  (2006.01)
H02K 7/14  (2006.01)
A45F 3/04  (2006.01)

(54)

BACKPACK TOOL SYSTEM AND BACKPACK POWER SUPPLY APPARATUS THEREOF

RUCKSACKWERKZEUGSYSTEM UND RUCKSACKSTROMVERSORGUNGSVORRICHTUNG DAFÜR

SYSTÈME D'OUTIL DE SAC À DOS ET SON APPAREIL D'ALIMENTATION ÉLECTRIQUE


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(30)Priority: 06.09.2017 CN 201710797545
06.09.2017 CN 201710796627
06.09.2017 CN 201721141693 U

(43)Date of publication of application:
03.04.2019 Bulletin 2019/14

(73)Proprietor: Nanjing Chervon Industry Co., Ltd.
211106 Nanjing Jiangsu (CN)

(72)Inventors:
  • TOSHINARI, Yamaoka
    Nanjing, Jiangsu 211106 (CN)
  • DAI, Kaichao
    Nanjing, Jiangsu 211106 (CN)

(74)Representative: Sun, Yiming 
HUASUN Patent- und Rechtsanwälte Friedrichstraße 33
80801 München
80801 München (DE)


(56)References cited: : 
EP-A1- 3 065 199
US-A1- 2005 045 686
US-B1- 6 326 766
JP-A- 2016 081 703
US-A1- 2016 345 714
  
  • Husqvarna UK: "Husqvarna Battery Series: Ready When You Are", Youtube, 10 March 2015 (2015-03-10), page 1, XP054979243, Retrieved from the Internet: URL:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfOCxv bUVWE [retrieved on 2019-03-29]
  
Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


Description

TECHNICAL FIELD



[0001] The present disclosure relates to a backpack tool system and a backpack power supply apparatus thereof.

BACKGROUND



[0002] The working time of an electric tool is limited by its battery capacity. To increase the continuous working time of the electric tool, it is needed to increase the capacity of the battery pack connected to the electric tool, thus increasing the weight of the battery pack. For a hand-held electric tool, the weight that the user's hand needs to bear is increased, affecting use by the user.
A backpack power supply apparatus is an apparatus for powering an electric tool. The backpack power supply apparatus is carried by the user on the back to reduce the weight that the user's hand needs to bear. The backpack power supply apparatus includes a battery cell that stores electric energy. The battery cell is electrically connected to a motor of the electric tool to power the motor.
A user is prone to fatigue when the user wears a conventional backpack power supply apparatus for a long time or changes a working posture.

[0003] US2016/345714, JP2016081703, US2005/045686, and EP3065199 disclose backpack power supply apparatuses for powering electric tools.

SUMMARY



[0004] To solve deficiencies in the related art, an object of the present invention is to provide a backpack tool system and a backpack power supply apparatus according to the appended claims that are comfortable to wear.
A backpack power supply apparatus includes a battery pack for providing electric energy, a body for supporting the battery pack, and a wearable device. The battery pack is detachably connected to the body. The body is at least partially symmetrical about a plane, and the body defines a height in a heightwise direction. The wearable device is connected to the body and is wearable by a user to carry the body. The wearable device includes a strap having an upper end connected to an upper portion of the body. The upper end of the strap applies a force to the body when the user wears the wearable device. An included angle between a projection of a direction of the force on the plane and the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 30 degrees and less than or equal to 50 degrees.
Further, the body further defines a depth in a front-rear direction, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate extending along the heightwise direction, and, a projection of a center of gravity of an entirety formed of the battery pack and the body on the plane is between a projection of a straight line on which the force is located on the plane and a projection of the back plate on the plane.
Further, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate extending along the heightwise direction, and a ratio of a distance from a center of gravity of an entirety formed of the battery pack and the body to the back plate to a length of the entirety formed of the battery pack and the body in the front-rear direction is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.85.

[0005] Further, the wearable device includes a back pad for contacting a back of the user, and the back pad is slidably connected to the body along the heightwise direction.

[0006] Further, the back pad is secured to the strap.

[0007] Further, the backpack power supply apparatus further includes a slider slidably connected to the body, wherein the back pad is secured to the slider, the body is provided with a guide slot, and the slider is provided with a protrusion sliding along the guide slot.

[0008] Further, the battery pack is slidably connected to the body, a projection of the body on the plane is L-shaped, and a projection of the battery pack on the plane is located in an included angle region of the L-shaped projection of the body.

[0009] Further, the body includes a base for supporting the body and a guide portion for guiding the battery pack to slide relative to the body and along the heightwise direction, and the base and the guide portion form an L shape.

[0010] Further, two side stoppers protrude from the guide portion toward the battery pack, and the two side stoppers are located on two sides of the battery pack respectively.

[0011] Further, the backpack power supply apparatus includes a cable for outputting the electric energy. The body is provided with an input terminal electrically connected to the battery pack and further includes a wire electrically connected to the input terminal and the cable. The body includes a first housing and a second housing, and the first housing and the second housing form a receiving chamber and the wire is disposed in the receiving cavity.

[0012] Further, the wearable device includes a shoulder pad for contacting the back of the user, the shoulder pad and the back pad form an entirety, and the shoulder pad is secured to the strap.

[0013] Further, a direction in which the battery pack is mounted is parallel to a direction in which the back pad slides relative to the body.

[0014] Further, the body defines a front-rear direction, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate extending along the heightwise direction, and a projection of a center of gravity of the battery pack on the plane is between the projection of the straight line on which the force is located on the plane and a projection of the back plate on the plane.

[0015] Further, the slider is detachably connected to the body.

[0016] A backpack power supply apparatus includes a backpack power supply apparatus and an electric tool. The backpack power supply apparatus includes a battery pack for providing electric energy, a body for carrying the battery pack, and a wearable device. The battery pack is detachably connected to the body. The body is at least partially symmetrical about a plane, and the body defines a height in a heightwise direction. The wearable device is connected to the body and is wearable by a user to carry the body. The wearable device includes a strap having an upper end connected to an upper portion of the body. The upper end of the strap applies a force to the body when the user wears the wearable device. An included angle between a projection of a direction of the force on the plane and the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 30 degrees and less than or equal to 50 degrees. The electric tool includes a motor and a housing for receiving the motor.

[0017] The battery pack is detachably connected to the housing and powers the motor.

[0018] Further, the wearable device includes a back pad for contacting a back of the user, the back pad is slidably connected to the body along the heightwise direction, and the back pad is secured to the strap.

[0019] It is to be understood that the foregoing describes various examples of the subject backpack tool system and a backpack power supply apparatus thereof and that the various components and arrangements of components set forth above may be adopted in whole or in a part as needed for any particular purpose.

[0020] The present disclosure is beneficial in that the battery pack of the backpack power supply apparatus is detachably connected to the body so that a new battery pack can be used in place of the original one when a power of the battery pack is low, thereby prolonging a service time. The configuration of the direction of the force the strap of the wearable device applies to the body allows the user to feel comfortable and effortless when the user wears the apparatus. The configuration of the direction of the applied force and the configuration of the center of gravity of the integral whole formed of the battery pack and the body makes it difficult for the body to fall backward, and the configuration of making the wearable device slideable relative to the body and the configuration of securing to the strap allow the backpack power supply apparatus to be still in a state that makes the user feel comfortable and effortless when the user changes an operating posture, for example, bends over.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS



[0021] 

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of an exemplary backpack power supply apparatus.

FIG. 2 is a plan view of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 3 is a plan view of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 taken from another perspective.

FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram in which a battery pack and a body of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 are separated from each other.

FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram in which a battery pack of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 has been removed.

FIG. 6 is an exploded view of the structure of FIG. 5.

FIG. 7 is an exploded view of the structure of FIG. 5 taken from another perspective.

FIG. 8 is a perspective view of a housing of the body of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 9 is a plan view of the structure of FIG. 8.

FIG. 10 is a plan view of the structure of FIG. 8 taken from another perspective.

FIG. 11 is an exploded view of the structure of FIG. 8.

FIG. 12 is a schematic diagram in which a safety switch of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 is in a second state.

FIG. 13 is a schematic diagram in which the safety switch of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 is in a first state.

FIG. 14 is a schematic diagram of a cable and a securing member of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 15 is a schematic diagram of the structure of FIG. 14 taken from another perspective.

FIG. 16 is a schematic diagram of the cable of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 17 is a schematic diagram of the securing member of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 18 is a schematic diagram of the securing member of the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1 taken from another perspective.

FIG. 19 is a schematic diagram of an exemplary backpack tool system including the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 20 is a schematic diagram of another exemplary backpack tool system including the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 21 is a schematic diagram of yet another exemplary backpack tool system including the backpack power supply apparatus of FIG. 1.

FIG. 22 is a schematic diagram of an exemplary pruner.

FIG. 23 is a schematic diagram of another exemplary pruner.

FIG. 24 is a schematic diagram of an exemplary chain saw.

FIG. 25 is a schematic diagram of an exemplary electric drill.


DETAILED DESCRIPTION



[0022] The present disclosure will be described below in detail in conjunction with the accompanying drawings and various examples.

[0023] As shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, a backpack power supply apparatus 100 includes a battery pack 10, a wearable device 20 and a body 30.

[0024] The battery pack 10 is used for outputting electric energy. The body 30 carries the battery pack 10. The battery pack 10 is detachably connected to the body 30. In an alternative example, the battery pack 10 may also be secured to the body 30 as a non-detachable portion.

[0025] The wearable device 20 is connected to the body 30. The wearable device 20 is wearable by a user to carry the body 30. The wearable device 20 includes a strap 21. Two ends of the strap 21 are connected to the body 30. The two ends of the strap 21 apply a force to the body 30 when the user wears the strap 21. Specifically, the strap 21 includes an upper end connected to an upper portion of the body 30 and a lower end connected to a lower portion of the body 30. The upper end of the strap 21 applies a force F1 to the body 30 when the user wears the wearable device 20.

[0026] Upper-lower, front-rear and left-right directions are defined for the body 30 when the user wears the wearable device 20, that is, when the backpack power supply apparatus 100 is in a working state. The upper-lower direction is a heightwise direction and defines a device height. A back of the user is on the front of the body 30. The battery pack 10 is connected to a rear portion of the body 30. The upper portion of the body 30 is provided with a handle 321. The handle 321 is provided for the user to carry the backpack power supply apparatus 100.

[0027] As shown in FIGS. 3 and 7, a front portion of the body 30 is provided with a back plate 323. The back plate 323 extends along the heightwise direction. The back plate 323 is flat surface.

[0028] A plane 301 is defined for the body 30. The body 30 is at least partially symmetrical about the plane 301. Specifically, the body 30 is at least partially symmetrical in the left-right direction.

[0029] An included angle β between a projection of a direction of the force F1, which is applied by the upper end of the strap 21 to the body 30, on the plane 301 and the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 30 degrees and less than or equal to 50 degrees.

[0030] The specific direction of the force F1 applied by the upper end of the strap 21 to the body 30 makes the user feel effortless and prevents the body 30 from falling backward when the user wears the wearable device 20. The body 30 keeps upright and is comfortable to wear.

[0031] A projection of a center of gravity G1 of an entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 on the plane 301 is between a projection of a straight line 302 on which the force F1 is located and a projection of the back plate 323. The straight line 302 on which the force F1 is located is a straight line passing a point where the force F1 is applied and parallel to the direction of the force F1.

[0032] The center of gravity G1 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 also prevents the body 30 from falling backward when the user wears the wearable device 20, which would otherwise cause the body 30 to apply a forward force to the back of the user and cause discomfort.

[0033] When the user extends a length of the strap 21, the included angle β between the projection of the direction of the force F1, which is applied by the upper end of the strap 21 to the body 30, on the plane 301 and the heightwise direction becomes smaller, the center of gravity G1 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 approaches the straight line 302 on which the force F1, which is applied by the upper end of the strap 21 to the body 30, is located, and the user feels more effortless to wear the wearable device 20.

[0034] A projection of a center of gravity G2 of the battery pack 10 on the plane 301 is between the projection of the straight line 302 on which the force F1 is located and the projection of the back plate 323. A ratio of a distance L1 from the center of gravity G1 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 to the back plate 323 to a length L2 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 in the front-rear direction is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.85. Further, the ratio of the distance L1 from the center of gravity G1 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 to the back plate 323 to the length L2 of the entirety formed of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 in the front-rear direction is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.75.

[0035] As shown in FIGS. 5 to 7, the wearable device 20 includes a back pad 22 for contacting the back of the user. The back pad 22 is connected to the body 30 and slidable along the heightwise direction.

[0036] When the user bends over, the back pad 22 can abut against the back of the user and move relative to the body 30 and thus make the user feel comfortable.

[0037] The back pad 22 is secured to the strap 21. When the length of the strap 21 varies, the direction of the force F1 applied by the strap 21 to the body 30 varies, and the back pad 22 varies in the heightwise direction as the included angle β of the strap 21 varies, and thus the apparatus is comfortable to wear.

[0038] In an example, the wearable device 20 further includes a shoulder pad 23. The shoulder pad 23 is secured to the back pad 22. The shoulder pad 23 coincides at least in part with the strap 21. The shoulder pad 23 is secured to the strap 21. The shoulder pad 23 and the back pad 22 can form an entirety.

[0039] In an alternative example, the shoulder pad 23 and the strap 21 are integrally formed.

[0040] In another alternative example, the shoulder pad 23 is secured to the strap 21 as a separate part. That is, the shoulder pad 23 and the back pad 22 are not an entirety.

[0041] The wearable device 20 further includes a slider 24. The slider 24 is slidably connected to the body 30. The back pad 22 is secured to the slider 24. The slider 24 is made of a plastic material.

[0042] The slider 24 is provided with a protrusion 241. The body 30 is provided with a guide slot 322. The protrusion 241 slides in the heightwise direction inside the guide slot 322.

[0043] The battery pack 10 is slidably connected to the body 30. A direction in which the battery pack 10 is mounted is parallel to a direction in which the back pad 22 slides relative to the body 30. When the user wears the wearable device 20, the user mounts the battery pack 10 in the downward direction, and the back pad 22 slides upward because friction between the battery pack 10 and the body 30 and gravity of the battery pack 10 cause the body 30 to move downward. The back pad 22 moves relative to the body 30, not causing the back pad 22 to apply a downward force F1 to the back of the user and thus making the apparatus comfortable to use. As the body 30 moves downward, the included angle β between the projection of the direction of the force F1 on the plane 301 and the heightwise direction becomes smaller, and thus the user feels more effortless when wearing the apparatus.

[0044] The slider 24 is detachably connected to the body 30.

[0045] As shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 8 to 10, a projection of the body 30 on the plane 301 is L-shaped, and the battery pack 10 is located in an included angle region of the L-shaped projection.

[0046] Specifically, the body 30 includes a base 31 and a guide portion 32. The base 31 is used for supporting the body 30 so that the body 30 can be placed on the ground. The guide portion 32 is used for guiding the battery pack 10 to slide relative to the body 30 and along the heightwise direction. The base 31 and the guide portion 32 form the L shape.

[0047] Two side stoppers 33 protrude from the guide portion 32 toward the battery pack 10. The side stoppers 33 are strip-shaped and extend along the heightwise direction. The two side stoppers 33 are located on two sides of the battery pack 10 respectively.

[0048] As shown in FIG. 4, the battery pack 10 is provided with a second electric energy output interface 11 and multiple battery cells. The battery cell is used for storing electric energy. The second electric energy output interface 11 is used for outputting electric energy.

[0049] As shown in FIGS. 4 and 7, the body 30 is provided with a first electric energy input interface 34 and a first electric energy output interface 41. The first electric energy input interface 34 is configured to match the second electric energy output interface 11. When the battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30, the first electric energy input interface 34 is electrically connected to the second electric energy output interface 11. The first electric energy output interface 41 is electrically connectable to the first electric energy input interface 34.

[0050] The body 30 includes a body housing 37. The battery pack 10 is detachably connected to the body housing 37.

[0051] In an example, the body 30 further includes a cable 40. One end of the cable 40 is connected to the body housing 37. The other end of the cable 40 is provided with the first electric energy output interface 41.

[0052] In an alternative example, the first electric energy output interface is disposed on the body housing and the body does not include the cable.

[0053] As shown in FIG. 16, the first electric energy output interface 41 includes a terminal housing 42 and at least two electrode members 43. A lengthwise direction and a widthwise direction are defined for the terminal housing 42. The lengthwise direction and the widthwise direction are vertical to a direction in which the first electric energy output interface 41 is mounted. A length L3 of the terminal housing 42 in the lengthwise direction is greater than a length L4 of the terminal housing 42 in the heightwise direction. The electrode members 43 are disposed in the terminal housing 42, and are arranged along the lengthwise direction.

[0054] A ratio of the length L3 of the terminal housing 42 in the lengthwise direction to the length L4 of the terminal housing 42 in the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 1.5 and less than or equal to 4. The ratio of the length L3 of the terminal housing 42 in the lengthwise direction to the length L4 of the terminal housing 42 in the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 2 and less than or equal to 3. A length of the terminal housing 42 in the widthwise direction is greater than or equal to 15 mm and less than or equal to 30 mm. The length L3 of the terminal housing 42 in the lengthwise direction is greater than or equal to 40 mm and less than or equal to 60 mm.

[0055] As shown in FIGS. 11 to 13, the body 30 further includes a safety switch 48. The body housing 37 includes a first housing 371 and a second housing 372. The first housing 371 and the second housing 372 form a receiving chamber 38. The safety switch 48 is disposed in the receiving chamber 38.

[0056] The safety switch 48 is electrically connected between the first electric energy output interface 41 and the first electric energy input interface 34. The safety switch 48 has a first state in which the first electric energy output interface 41 is connected to the first electric energy input interface 34 and a second state in which the first electric energy output interface 41 is disconnected from the first electric energy input interface 34. The safety switch 48 is in the second state in FIG. 12. The safety switch 48 is in the first state in FIG. 13.

[0057] When the battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30, the safety switch 48 is in the first state, and the first electric energy output interface 41 is electrically connected to the first electric energy input interface 34. When the battery pack 10 is separated from the body 30, the safety switch 48 is in the second state, and the first electric energy output interface 41 is electrically disconnected from the first electric energy input interface 34.

[0058] After the battery pack 10 is separated from the body 30, the electrical connection between the first electric energy output interface 41 and the first electric energy input interface 34 is cut off through the safety switch 48. When the first electric energy output interface 41 is connected to a tool, electricity of a capacitor and other electric storage devices of the tool is transmitted to the first electric energy output interface 41 but cannot be transmitted to the first electric energy input interface 34. This helps to prevent an electric shock when the user touches the exposed first electric energy input interface 34.

[0059] The body 30 further includes a wire 35 and a magnetic ring 36. The wire 35 is disposed in the receiving chamber 38. The magnetic ring 36 is also disposed in the receiving chamber 38. The wire 35 passes through the magnetic ring 36, and electrically connects the cable 40 and the first electric energy input interface 34 so that the first electric energy input interface 34 is electrically connected to the first electric energy output interface 41. The safety switch 48 is connected to the wire 35.

[0060] The body 30 further includes a contacting member 45 and a biasing member 44. The contacting member 45 is movably connected to the body housing 37. The contacting member 45 is rotatably connected to the body housing 37. The contacting member 45 is used for contacting the battery pack 10. The contacting member 45 has a first position and a second position. When the battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30, the battery pack 10 presses the contacting member 45 against a force of the biasing member 44 to place the contacting member 45 in the first position. When the battery pack 10 is separated from the body 30, the biasing member 44 applies a force to the contacting member 45 to move the contacting member 45 to the second position.

[0061] The biasing member 44 applies a force to the contacting member 45 causing the contacting member 45 to move from the first position to the second position, such that the battery pack 10 is separated from the body 30. The biasing member 44 and the contacting member 45 assist in separating the battery pack 10 from the body 30.

[0062] In an example, the biasing member 44 is a spring. The spring is disposed between the body housing 37 and the contacting member 45. In another example, the biasing member 44 may be a resilient piece, a magnetic piece or an electromagnet.

[0063] The body 30 further includes a locking member 46. When the battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30, the locking member 46 is joined to the battery pack 10 to lock the battery pack 10. When the locking member 46 is separated from the battery pack 10 by the user, the battery pack 10 is separated from the body 30 by the biasing member 44.

[0064] In FIG. 13, when the contacting member 45 is in the first position, the contacting member 45 triggers the safety switch 48 such that the safety switch 48 is in the first state. In FIG. 12, when the contacting member 45 is in the second position, the safety switch 48 is in the second state.

[0065] The body 30 further includes a transmission member 47. One end of the transmission member 47 is in contact with the contacting member 45 and the other end of the transmission member 47 is in contact with an action reed or an action contact of the safety switch 48. The transmission member 47 is movably connected to the body housing 37. The transmission member 47 is rotatably connected to the body housing 37. The transmission member 47 is disposed in the receiving chamber 38. When the user mounts the battery pack 10 to join the battery pack 10 to the body housing 37, the contacting member 45 is driven by the battery pack 10 to move from the second position to the first position. The contacting member 45 drives the transmission member 47 to rotate and the transmission member 47 triggers the safety switch 48 such that the first electric energy output interface 41 is connected to the first electric energy input interface 34.

[0066] When the battery pack 10 is separated from the body housing 37, the contacting member 45 and the transmission member 47 are reset and the safety switch 48 cuts off the electrical connection between the first electric energy output interface 41 and the first electric energy input interface 34.

[0067] As shown in FIGS. 7, and 14 to 18, the backpack power supply apparatus 100 further includes a securing member 50. The securing member 50 is used for securing the first electric energy output interface 41. Further, the securing member 50 can also secure the cable 40. The securing member 50 is secured to the wearable device 20 or the battery pack 10 by the user when the user wears the wearable device 20. Specifically, the securing member 50 is secured to the strap 21.

[0068] In an alternative example, the securing member 50 can also be worn by the user when the user wears the wearable device 20. For example, the securing member 50 may be secured to a belt of the user, a garment of the user or other items worn by the user.

[0069] The securing member 50 is provided with a first securing slot 53 and a second securing slot 54. The cable 40 is secured to the first securing slot 53. The first electric energy output interface 41 is secured to the second securing slot 54.

[0070] The securing member 50 can secure the cable 40 and the first electric energy output interface 41 simultaneously, and the user can easily get the first electric energy output interface 41 and connect the first electric energy output interface 41 to the tool. The first securing slot 53 can adjust the length of a free section of the cable 40 by securing different positions of the cable 40.

[0071] The securing member 50 includes a securing member body 51 and a clamping portion 52. The securing member body 51 is secured to the strap 21. The clamping portion 52 is provided with the first securing slot 53 and the second securing slot 54. An opening 531 of the first securing slot 53 is smaller than a diameter of the cable 40. An opening 532 of the second securing slot 54 is larger than the opening 531 of the first securing slot 53. The securing member body 51 and the clamping portion 52 are integrally formed. The securing member 50 is made of a plastic material. The securing member body 51 is provided with a mounting slot 55 for securing the securing member 50. The strap 21 passes through the mounting slot 55. The first securing slot 53 and the second securing slot 54 are located on a same side of the securing member body 51. The securing member 50 is located on a front of a body of the user and the battery pack 10 is located on a rear of the body of the user when the user wears the wearable device 20.

[0072] The clamping portion 52 is provided with a first support arm 521 and a second support arm 522. The second securing slot 54 is disposed between the first support arm 521 and the second support arm 522. One end of the first support arm 521 is connected to the securing member body 51. Another end of the first support arm 521 is provided with a first bending portion 523. One end of the second support arm 522 is connected to the securing member body 51. Another end of the second support arm 522 is provided with a second bending portion 524.

[0073] The first electric energy output interface 41 is located between the securing member body 51 and the first bending portion 523. The first electric energy output interface 41 is located between the securing member body 51 and the second bending portion 524. The first bending portion 523 and the second bending portion 524 can prevent the first electric energy output interface 41 from disengaging from the second securing slot 54.

[0074] An included angle δ between the second bending portion 524 and the second support arm 522 is greater than 90 degrees and less than or equal to 180 degrees. Further, the included angle δ between the second bending portion 524 and the second support arm 522 is greater than 90 degrees and less than or equal to 135 degrees. It is convenient for the user to take out the first electric output interface 41 upward. An included angle between the first support arm 521 and the first bending portion 523 is greater than 90 degrees and less than or equal to 135 degrees. The included angle δ between the second bending portion 524 and the second support arm 522 is equal to the included angle between the first support arm 521 and the first bending portion 523.

[0075] An area of a projection of the first securing slot 53 is smaller than an area of a projection of the second securing slot 54. The opening 531 of the first securing slot 53 and the opening 532 of the second securing slot 54 are consistent in direction.

[0076] The first support arm 521 separates the second securing slot 54 from the first securing slot 53. The first support arm 521 is disposed between the second securing slot 54 and the first securing slot 53.

[0077] The clamping portion 52 is provided with a resilient arm 525. The resilient arm 525 and the first support arm 521 are separated to form the first securing slot 53, and the end portion of the resilient arm 525 and the end portion of the first support arm 521 are separated to form the opening 531. The opening 532 of the second securing slot 54 is larger than the diameter of the cable 40.

[0078] As shown in FIG. 19, a backpack tool system 1000 includes a backpack power supply apparatus 100 and an electric tool. In an example, the electric tool is a blower 200.

[0079] The blower 200 includes a motor 210 and a housing 220. The housing 220 accommodates the motor 210. In an example, the motor 210 is a direct current (DC) motor. The blower 200 includes a fan. The motor 210 drives the fan to rotate.

[0080] The housing 220 is provided with a joining portion 230. A battery pack 10 is detachably connected to the joining portion 230.

[0081] The joining portion 230 is provided with a tool electric input interface 240. The tool electric input interface 240 matches the second electric energy output interface 11.

[0082] When the battery pack 10 is joined to the joining portion 230, the tool electric input interface 240 is connected to the second electric energy output interface 11 and the battery pack 10 powers the motor 210. Alternatively, the battery pack 10 that is detachably connected to the housing 220 may be detachably connected to a body 30 to serve as the battery pack 10 for outputting electric energy of the backpack power supply apparatus 100.

[0083] A total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than a weight of the electric tool. The total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than or equal to 3 kg and less than or equal to 10 kg.

[0084] As shown in FIG. 20, the backpack tool system 2000 includes a backpack power supply apparatus 100 and an electric tool. In an example, the electric tool is a blower 300, and the backpack tool system 2000 includes the backpack power supply apparatus 100 and the blower 300.

[0085] The blower 300 includes a motor 310 and a housing 320. The housing 320 accommodates the motor 310. The motor 310 is a DC motor.

[0086] The blower 300 includes a fan. The motor 310 drives the fan to rotate. The blower 300 includes a tool electric input interface 330. The tool electric input interface 330 matches the first electric energy output interface 41. When the battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30, the battery pack 10 powers the motor 310.

[0087] A total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than a weight of the electric tool. The total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than or equal to 3 kg and less than or equal to 10 kg.

[0088] As shown in FIG. 21, a backpack tool system 3000 includes a backpack power supply apparatus 100, a first electric tool and a second electric tool.

[0089] The blower 300 serves as the first electric tool. A tool electric input interface 330 serves as a second electric energy input interface.

[0090] The blower 200 serves as the second electric tool. A tool electric input interface 240 serves as a third electric energy input interface.

[0091] A total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than a weight of the first electric tool. The total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than a weight of the second electric tool. The total weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 is greater than or equal to 3 kg and less than or equal to 10 kg.

[0092] The battery pack 10 can be adapted to both the second electric tool and the body 30. The battery pack 10 may be connected to the second electric tool to power the second electric tool. The battery pack 10 may also power the first electric tool by being connected to the body 30. In this way, the versatility of the battery pack is achieved. The battery pack 10 is joined to the body 30 and carried by a user, reducing a force that a hand of the user needs to bear when the battery pack 10 is joined to the second electric tool. The configuration of the weight of the battery pack 10 and the body 30 allows the user to feel comfortable when the user wears the apparatus and allows more power to be supplied.

[0093] As shown in FIG. 22, a pruner 400 includes a motor 410, a housing 420 and a pruning blade.

[0094] The motor 410 drives the pruning blade. The housing 420 is provided with a joining portion. The battery pack 10 is joined to the joining portion to power the motor. The pruner 400 can serve as an electric tool of the backpack tool system 1000. The pruner 400 can serve as the second electric tool of the backpack tool system 3000.

[0095] As shown in FIG. 23, a pruner 500 includes a motor 510, a housing 520 and a pruning blade.

[0096] The motor 510 drives the pruning blade. The housing 520 is provided with a tool electric input interface 530. The pruner 500 can serve as the electric tool of the backpack tool system 2000. The pruner 500 can serve as the first electric tool of the backpack tool system 3000.

[0097] As shown in FIG. 24, a chain saw 600 includes a motor 610, a housing 620 and a saw chain.

[0098] The motor 610 drives the saw chain. The housing is provided with a joining portion. The chain saw 600 can serve as an electric tool of a backpack tool system 100. The saw chain 600 can serve as a second electric tool of the backpack tool system 3000.

[0099] As shown in FIG. 25, an electric drill 700 includes a motor 710, a housing 720 and a work head.

[0100] The motor 710 drives the work head to rotate. The work head is used for clamping a drill bit. The housing 720 is provided with a tool electric input interface 730. The electric drill 700 can serve as the electric tool of the backpack tool system 2000. The electric drill 700 can serve as the first electric tool of the backpack tool system 3000.

[0101] In other examples, the electric tool of the backpack tool system 1000, the electric tool of the backpack tool system 2000, and the first electric tool and the second electric tool of the backpack tool system 3000 may also be a grass trimmer, a mower, a snow plow, a reciprocating saw, a circular saw, etc.

[0102] The above illustrates and describes basic principles, main features and advantages of the present disclosure. It is to be understood by those skilled in the art that the above examples do not limit the present disclosure in any form, and all solutions obtained by means of equivalent substitution or equivalent transformation fall within the protection scope of any claim hereinafter presented.


Claims

1. A backpack power supply apparatus (100), comprising:

a battery pack (10) for providing electric energy;

a body (30) for supporting the battery pack, wherein the battery pack is detachably connected to the body, the body is at least partially symmetrical about a plane (301), and the body defines a height in a heightwise direction;

a wearable device (20) connected to the body and wearable by a user to carry the body, wherein the wearable device comprises a strap (21), the strap comprises an upper end connected to an upper portion of the body, and the upper end of the strap applies a force (F1) to the body when the user wears the wearable device;

an electric energy transmission device for outputting the electric energy of the battery pack, wherein the electric energy transmission device is provided with a first electric energy output interface (41); and

a securing member (50) for securing the first electric energy output interface;

wherein an included angle (β) between a projection of a direction of the force on the plane and the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 30 degrees and less than or equal to 50 degrees; characterized in that

the securing member is worn by the user when the user wears the wearable device or is secured to one of the wearable device and the battery pack;

the electric energy transmission device comprises a cable (40), and the first electric energy output interface is disposed at an end of the cable; and

the securing member is provided with a first securing slot (53) for securing the cable and a second securing slot (54) for securing the first electric energy output interface, an opening (531) of the first securing slot is smaller than a diameter of the cable, and an opening (532) of the second securing slot is larger than the opening of the first securing slot.


 
2. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the body further defines a depth in a front-rear direction, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate (323) extending along the heightwise direction, and a projection of a center of gravity (G1) of an entirety formed of the battery pack and the body on the plane is between a projection of a straight line (302) on which the force is located on the plane and a projection of the back plate on the plane.
 
3. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the body further defines a depth in a front-rear direction, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate (323) extending along the heightwise direction, and a ratio of a distance (L1) from a center of gravity (G1) of an entirety formed of the battery pack and the body to the back plate to a length (L2) of the entirety formed of the battery pack and the body in the front-rear direction is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.85.
 
4. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the wearable device comprises a back pad (22) for contacting a back of the user and the back pad is slidably connected to the body along the heightwise direction.
 
5. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 4, wherein the back pad is secured to the strap.
 
6. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 5 further comprising a slider (24) slidably connected to the body, wherein the back pad is secured to the slider, the body is provided with a guide slot (322), and the slider is provided with a protrusion (241) sliding along the guide slot.
 
7. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the battery pack is slidably connected to the body, a projection of the body on the plane is L-shaped, and a projection of the battery pack on the plane is located in an included angle region of the L-shaped projection of the body.
 
8. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the body comprises a base (31) for supporting the body and a guide portion (32) for guiding the battery pack to slide relative to the body and along the heightwise direction and the base and the guide portion form an L shape.
 
9. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 8, wherein two side stoppers (33) protrude from the guide portion toward the battery pack and the two side stoppers are located on two sides of the battery pack respectively.
 
10. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the securing member comprises a securing member body (51) and a clamping portion (52), the securing member body is secured to the strap, the clamping portion is provided with a first support arm (521) and a second support arm (522), and the second securing slot is formed between the first support arm and the second support arm.
 
11. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 10, wherein a first end of the second support arm is connected to the securing member body, a second end of the second support arm is provided with a second bending portion (524), and the first electric energy output interface is located between the securing member body and the second bending portion.
 
12. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 11, wherein an included angle (δ) between the second bending portion and the second support arm is greater than 90 degrees and less than or equal to 135 degrees.
 
13. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 10, wherein the securing member body and the clamping portion are integrally formed and the securing member body is provided with a mounting slot (55) for securing the securing member to the strap.
 
14. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 10, wherein the first securing slot and the second securing slot are located on a same side of the securing member body.
 
15. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein an area of a projection of the first securing slot is smaller than an area of a projection of the second securing slot.
 
16. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the opening of the second securing slot is larger than the diameter of the cable.
 
17. The backpack power supply apparatus of claim 1, wherein the securing member is located on a front of a body of the user and the battery pack is located on a rear of the body of the user when the user wears the wearable device.
 
18. A backpack tool system (1000, 2000, 3000), comprising:

a battery pack for providing electric energy;

a body for carrying the battery pack, wherein the battery pack is detachably connected to the body, the body is at least partially symmetrical about a plane (301), and the body defines a height in a heightwise direction;

a wearable device connected to the body and wearable by a user to carry the body, wherein the wearable device comprises a strap, the strap comprises an upper end connected to an upper portion of the body, and the upper end of the strap applies a force (F1) to the body when the user wears the wearable device;

an electric energy transmission device for outputting the electric energy of the battery pack, wherein the electric energy transmission device is provided with a first electric energy output interface (41); and

a securing member (50) for securing the first electric energy output interface, and

an electric tool (200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700) comprising a motor (210, 310, 410, 510, 610, 710) and a housing (220, 320, 420, 520, 620, 720) for accommodating at least part of the motor;

wherein an included angle (β) between a projection of a direction of the force on the plane and the heightwise direction is greater than or equal to 30 degrees and less than or equal to 50 degrees, and the battery pack is detachably connected to the housing and powers the motor; characterized in that

the securing member is worn by the user when the user wears the wearable device or is secured to one of the wearable device and the battery pack;

the electric energy transmission device comprises a cable (40), and the first electric energy output interface is disposed at an end of the cable; and

the securing member is provided with a first securing slot (53) for securing the cable and a second securing slot (54) for securing the first electric energy output interface, an opening (531) of the first securing slot is smaller than a diameter of the cable, and an opening (532) of the second securing slot is larger than the opening of the first securing slot.


 
19. A backpack tool system, comprising:

a backpack power supply apparatus (100);

a first electric tool (300, 500); and

a second electric tool (200, 400, 600);

wherein the backpack power supply apparatus comprises:

a battery pack (10);

a body (30) for carrying the battery pack, wherein the battery pack is detachably connected to the body; and

a wearable device (20) connected to the body and wearable by a user to carry the body, wherein the wearable device comprises a strap (21);

wherein the body is provided with a first electric energy output interface (41) and a first electric energy input interface (34), the battery pack is provided with a second electric energy output interface (11) for outputting electric energy, the first electric energy input interface is configured to match the second electric energy output interface, and the first electric energy output interface is electrically connectable to the first electric energy input interface;

a securing member (50) for securing the first electric energy output interface;

the first electric tool comprises:

a first motor; and

a second electric energy input interface configured to match the first electric energy output interface;

the second electric tool comprises:

a second motor; and

a joining portion (230) for joining the battery pack to the second electric tool, wherein the battery pack is detachably joined to the joining portion, the joining portion is provided with a tool electric energy input interface (240, 330, 730), and the tool electric energy input interface is configured to match the second electric energy output interface;

wherein, when the battery pack is joined to the joining portion, the tool electric energy input interface is connected to the second electric energy output interface, and the battery pack powers the second motor, when the battery pack is joined to the body, the first electric energy input interface is connected to the second electric energy output interface, the second electric energy input interface is connected to the first electric energy output interface, and the battery pack powers the first motor, a total weight of the battery pack and the body is greater than a weight of the first electric tool, and the total weight of the battery pack and the body is greater than or equal to 3 kg and less than or equal to 10 kg; characterized in that

the body comprises a cable (40), and an end of the cable is provided with the first electric energy output interface;

the securing member provided with a first securing slot (53) for securing the cable and a second securing slot (54) for securing the first electric energy output interface, and the securing member is secured to the strap; and

an opening (531) of the first securing slot is smaller than a diameter of the cable, and an opening (532) of the second securing slot is larger than the opening of the first securing slot.


 
20. The backpack tool system of claim 19, wherein the body defines a depth in a front-rear direction, the battery pack is connected to a rear portion of the body, a front portion of the body is provided with a back plate (323) extending along a heightwise direction, and a ratio of a distance (L1) from a center of gravity (G1) of an entirety formed of the battery pack and the body to the back plate to a length (L2) of the entirety formed of the battery pack and the body in the front-rear direction is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.85.
 
21. The backpack tool system of claim 19, wherein the wearable device comprises a back pad (22) for contacting a back of the user and the back pad is slidably connected to the body along a heightwise direction.
 
22. The backpack tool system of claim 21, wherein the back pad is secured to the strap.
 
23. The backpack tool system of claim 22, wherein the backpack power supply apparatus further comprises a slider (24) slidably connected to the body, wherein the back pad is secured to the slider, the body is provided with a guide slot (322), and the slider is provided with a protrusion (241) sliding along the guide slot.
 
24. The backpack tool system of claim 19, wherein the battery pack is slidably connected to the body, a projection of the body on the plane is L-shaped, and the battery pack is located in an included angle region of the L-shaped projection.
 
25. The backpack tool system of claim 19, wherein the body comprises a base (31) for supporting the body and a guide portion (32) for guiding the battery pack to slide relative to the body and along a heightwise direction and the base and the guide portion form an L shape.
 
26. The backpack tool system of claim 25, wherein two side stoppers (33) protrude from the guide portion toward the battery pack and the two side stoppers are located on two sides of the battery pack respectively.
 


Ansprüche

1. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät (100), umfassend:

einen Batteriepack (10) zur Bereitstellung von elektrischer Energie;

einen Grundkörper (30) zum Tragen des Batteriepacks, wobei der Batteriepack lösbar mit dem Grundkörper verbunden ist, der Grundkörper zumindest teilweise symmetrisch zu einer Ebene (301) ist, und der Grundkörper eine Höhe in einer Höhenrichtung definiert;

eine tragbare Vorrichtung (20), die mit dem Grundkörper verbunden und von einem Benutzer getragen werden kann, um den Grundkörper zu tragen, wobei die tragbare Vorrichtung einen Riemen (21) umfasst, der Riemen ein oberes Ende umfasst, das mit einem oberen Abschnitt des Körpers verbunden ist, und das obere Ende des Riemens eine Kraft (F1) auf den Körper ausübt, wenn der Benutzer die tragbare Vorrichtung trägt;

eine elektrische Energieübertragungsvorrichtung zum Abgeben der elektrischen Energie des Batteriepakets, wobei die elektrische Energieübertragungsvorrichtung mit einer ersten elektrischen Energieausgabeschnittstelle (41) versehen ist; und

ein Sicherungselement (50) zur Sicherung der ersten Schnittstelle der elektrischen Energieabgabe;

wobei ein eingeschlossener Winkel (β) zwischen einer Projektion einer Richtung der Kraft auf die Ebene und der Höhenrichtung größer oder gleich 30 Grad und kleiner oder gleich 50 Grad ist; dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass

das Sicherungselement vom Benutzer getragen wird, wenn der Benutzer die tragbare Vorrichtung trägt, oder an einer der beiden Vorrichtungen, der tragbaren Vorrichtung und dem Batteriepack, befestigt ist;

die Vorrichtung zur Übertragung elektrischer Energie ein Kabel (40) umfasst und die erste Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe elektrischer Energie an einem Ende des Kabels angeordnet ist; und

das Sicherungselement mit einem ersten Sicherungsschlitz (53) zum Sichern des Kabels und einem zweiten Sicherungsschlitz (54) zum Sichern der ersten Schnittstelle für die elektrische Energieausgabe versehen ist, eine Öffnung (531) des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes kleiner als ein Durchmesser des Kabels ist und eine Öffnung (532) des zweiten Sicherungsschlitzes größer als die Öffnung des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes ist.


 
2. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Körper ferner eine Tiefe in einer Vorwärts-Rückwärts-Richtung definiert, der Batteriepack mit einem hinteren Abschnitt des Körpers verbunden ist, ein vorderer Abschnitt des Körpers mit einer Rückenplatte (323) versehen ist, die sich entlang der Höhenrichtung erstreckt, und eine Projektion eines Schwerpunkts (G1) eines aus dem Batteriepack und dem Körper gebildeten Ganzen auf die Ebene zwischen einer Projektion einer geraden Linie (302), auf der die Kraft auf der Ebene liegt, und einer Projektion der Rückenplatte auf die Ebene liegt.
 
3. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Körper ferner eine Tiefe in einer Richtung von vorne nach hinten definiert, der Batteriepack mit einem hinteren Teil des Körpers verbunden ist, ein vorderer Teil des Körpers mit einer Rückplatte (323) versehen ist, die sich entlang der Höhenrichtung erstreckt, und ein Verhältnis eines Abstands (L1) von einem Schwerpunkt (G1) eines aus dem Batteriepack und dem Körper gebildeten Ganzen zu der Rückplatte zu einer Länge (L2) des aus dem Batteriepack und dem Körper gebildeten Ganzen in der Richtung von vorne nach hinten größer als 0 und kleiner oder gleich 0,85 ist.
 
4. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei die tragbare Vorrichtung ein Rückenpolster (22) zum Berühren eines Rückens des Benutzers aufweist und das Rückenpolster mit dem Körper in Höhenrichtung verschiebbar verbunden ist.
 
5. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 4, bei dem das Rückenpolster am Gurt befestigt ist.
 
6. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 5, das ferner einen Schieber (24) aufweist, der verschiebbar mit dem Körper verbunden ist, wobei das Rückenpolster an dem Schieber befestigt ist, der Körper mit einem Führungsschlitz (322) versehen ist und der Schieber mit einem Vorsprung (241) versehen ist, der entlang des Führungsschlitzes gleitet.
 
7. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Batteriepack verschiebbar mit dem Körper verbunden ist, eine Projektion des Körpers auf die Ebene L-förmig ist und eine Projektion des Batteriepacks auf die Ebene in einem eingeschlossenen Winkelbereich der L-förmigen Projektion des Körpers angeordnet ist.
 
8. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Körper eine Basis (31) zum Tragen des Körpers und einen Führungsabschnitt (32) zum Führen des Batteriepacks aufweist, um relativ zum Körper und entlang der Höhenrichtung zu gleiten, und die Basis und der Führungsabschnitt eine L-Form bilden.
 
9. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 8, wobei zwei Seitenanschläge (33) von dem Führungsabschnitt in Richtung des Batteriepacks vorstehen und die beiden Seitenanschläge jeweils auf zwei Seiten des Batteriepacks angeordnet sind.
 
10. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 1, wobei das Befestigungselement einen Befestigungselementkörper (51) und einen Klemmabschnitt (52) aufweist, der Befestigungselementkörper an dem Gurt befestigt ist, der Klemmabschnitt mit einem ersten Tragarm (521) und einem zweiten Tragarm (522) versehen ist und der zweite Befestigungsschlitz zwischen dem ersten Tragarm und dem zweiten Tragarm ausgebildet ist.
 
11. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 10, wobei ein erstes Ende des zweiten Tragarms mit dem Körper des Sicherungselements verbunden ist, ein zweites Ende des zweiten Tragarms mit einem zweiten Biegeabschnitt (524) versehen ist und die erste Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe elektrischer Energie zwischen dem Körper des Sicherungselements und dem zweiten Biegeabschnitt angeordnet ist.
 
12. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 11, wobei ein eingeschlossener Winkel (δ) zwischen dem zweiten Biegeteil und dem zweiten Tragarm größer als 90 Grad und kleiner oder gleich 135 Grad ist.
 
13. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung nach Anspruch 10, wobei der Körper des Sicherungselements und der Klemmabschnitt einteilig ausgebildet sind und der Körper des Sicherungselements mit einem Montageschlitz (55) zur Befestigung des Sicherungselements am Gurt versehen ist.
 
14. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 10, wobei der erste Sicherungsschlitz und der zweite Sicherungsschlitz auf derselben Seite des Sicherungselementkörpers angeordnet sind.
 
15. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 1, wobei eine Fläche eines Vorsprungs des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes kleiner als eine Fläche eines Vorsprungs des zweiten Sicherungsschlitzes ist.
 
16. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Öffnung des zweiten Sicherungsschlitzes größer als der Durchmesser des Kabels ist.
 
17. Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät nach Anspruch 1, wobei sich das Sicherungselement an der Vorderseite eines Körpers des Benutzers und der Batteriepack an der Rückseite des Körpers des Benutzers befindet, wenn der Benutzer die tragbare Vorrichtung trägt.
 
18. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem (1000, 2000, 3000), umfassend:

ein Batteriepack zur Bereitstellung von elektrischer Energie;

einen Grundkörper zum Tragen des Batteriepacks, wobei der Batteriepack lösbar mit dem Grundkörper verbunden ist, der Grundkörper zumindest teilweise symmetrisch zu einer Ebene (301) ist, und der Grundkörper eine Höhe in einer Höhenrichtung definiert;

eine tragbare Vorrichtung, die mit dem Körper verbunden und von einem Benutzer tragbar ist, um den Körper zu tragen, wobei die tragbare Vorrichtung einen Riemen umfasst, der Riemen ein oberes Ende umfasst, das mit einem oberen Abschnitt des Körpers verbunden ist, und das obere Ende des Riemens eine Kraft (F1) auf den Körper ausübt, wenn der Benutzer die tragbare Vorrichtung trägt;

eine elektrische Energieübertragungsvorrichtung zum Ausgeben der elektrischen Energie des Batteriepakets, wobei die elektrische Energieübertragungsvorrichtung mit einer ersten elektrischen Energieausgabeschnittstelle (41) versehen ist; und

ein Sicherungselement (50) zur Sicherung der ersten Schnittstelle der elektrischen Energieausgabe und

ein Elektrowerkzeug (200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700) mit einem Motor (210, 310, 410, 510, 610, 710) und einem Gehäuse (220, 320, 420, 520, 620, 720) zur Aufnahme von mindestens einem Teil des Motors;

wobei ein eingeschlossener Winkel (β) zwischen einer Projektion einer Kraftrichtung auf die Ebene und der Höhenrichtung größer oder gleich 30 Grad und kleiner oder gleich 50 Grad ist, und der Batteriepack abnehmbar mit dem Gehäuse verbunden ist und den Motor antreibt; dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass

das Sicherungselement wird vom Benutzer getragen, wenn der Benutzer die tragbare Vorrichtung trägt oder an einer der beiden Vorrichtungen, der tragbaren Vorrichtung und dem Batteriepack, befestigt ist;

die Vorrichtung zur Übertragung elektrischer Energie ein Kabel (40) umfasst, und die erste Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe elektrischer Energie an einem Ende des Kabels angeordnet ist; und

das Sicherungselement mit einem ersten Sicherungsschlitz (53) zum Sichern des Kabels und einem zweiten Sicherungsschlitz (54) zum Sichern der ersten Schnittstelle für die elektrische Energieausgabe versehen ist, eine Öffnung (531) des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes kleiner als ein Durchmesser des Kabels ist und eine Öffnung (532) des zweiten Sicherungsschlitzes größer als die Öffnung des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes ist.


 
19. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem, umfassend:

ein Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät (100);

ein erstes Elektrowerkzeug (300, 500); und

ein zweites Elektrowerkzeug (200, 400, 600);

wobei das Rucksack-Stromversorgungsgerät umfasst:

ein Batteriepack (10);

einen Körper (30) zum Tragen des Batteriepacks, wobei der Batteriepack lösbar mit dem Körper verbunden ist; und

eine tragbare Vorrichtung (20), die mit dem Körper verbunden und von einem Benutzer tragbar ist, um den Körper zu tragen, wobei die tragbare Vorrichtung einen Riemen (21) umfasst;

wobei der Körper mit einer ersten Schnittstelle (41) zur Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie und einer ersten Schnittstelle (34) zur Eingabe von elektrischer Energie versehen ist, das Batteriepack mit einer zweiten Schnittstelle (11) zur Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie versehen ist, die erste Schnittstelle zur Eingabe von elektrischer Energie so ausgelegt ist, dass sie mit der zweiten Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie übereinstimmt, und die erste Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie elektrisch mit der ersten Schnittstelle zur Eingabe von elektrischer Energie verbunden werden kann;

ein Sicherungselement (50) zur Sicherung der ersten Schnittstelle der elektrischen Energieausgabe;

das erste Elektrowerkzeug umfasst:

einen ersten Motor; und

eine zweite Eingangsschnittstelle für elektrische Energie, die so ausgelegt ist, dass sie mit der ersten Ausgangsschnittstelle für elektrische Energie zusammenpasst;

das zweite elektrische Werkzeug umfasst:

einen zweiten Motor; und

einen Verbindungsabschnitt (230) zum Verbinden des Batteriepacks mit dem zweiten elektrischen Werkzeug, wobei der Batteriepack abnehmbar mit dem Verbindungsabschnitt verbunden ist, der Verbindungsabschnitt mit einer Schnittstelle (240, 330, 730) zur Eingabe elektrischer Energie in das Werkzeug versehen ist und die Schnittstelle zur Eingabe elektrischer Energie in das Werkzeug so ausgelegt ist, dass sie mit der zweiten Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe elektrischer Energie zusammenpasst;

wobei, wenn der Batteriepack mit dem Verbindungsabschnitt verbunden ist, die Schnittstelle für die Eingabe von elektrischer Energie des Werkzeugs mit der zweiten Schnittstelle für die Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie verbunden ist und der Batteriepack den zweiten Motor versorgt, wenn der Batteriepack mit dem Körper verbunden ist, die erste Schnittstelle für die Eingabe von elektrischer Energie mit der zweiten Schnittstelle für die Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie verbunden ist, die zweite Schnittstelle für die Eingabe von elektrischer Energie mit der ersten Schnittstelle für die Ausgabe von elektrischer Energie verbunden ist und der Batteriepack den ersten Motor versorgt, ein Gesamtgewicht des Batteriepacks und des Körpers größer als das Gewicht des ersten Elektrowerkzeugs ist und das Gesamtgewicht des Batteriepacks und des Körpers größer oder gleich 3 kg und kleiner oder gleich 10 kg ist; dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass

der Körper besteht aus einem Kabel (40), und ein Ende des Kabels ist mit der ersten Schnittstelle zur Ausgabe elektrischer Energie versehen;

das Sicherungselement mit einem ersten Sicherungsschlitz (53) zur Sicherung des Kabels und einem zweiten Sicherungsschlitz (54) zur Sicherung der ersten Schnittstelle der elektrischen Energieausgabe versehen ist und das Sicherungselement am Gurt befestigt ist; und

eine Öffnung (531) des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes kleiner als ein Durchmesser des Kabels ist und eine Öffnung (532) des zweiten Sicherungsschlitzes größer als die Öffnung des ersten Sicherungsschlitzes ist.


 
20. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 19, wobei der Körper eine Tiefe in einer Vorwärts-Rückwärts-Richtung definiert, der Batteriepack mit einem hinteren Abschnitt des Körpers verbunden ist, ein vorderer Abschnitt des Körpers mit einer Rückplatte (323) versehen ist, die sich entlang einer Höhenrichtung erstreckt, und ein Verhältnis eines Abstands (L1) von einem Schwerpunkt (G1) eines aus dem Batteriepack und dem Körper gebildeten Ganzen zu der Rückplatte zu einer Länge (L2) des aus dem Batteriepack und dem Körper gebildeten Ganzen in der Vorwärts-Rückwärts-Richtung größer als 0 und kleiner oder gleich 0,85 ist.
 
21. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 19, wobei die tragbare Vorrichtung ein Rückenpolster (22) zum Berühren eines Rückens des Benutzers umfasst und das Rückenpolster mit dem Körper in Höhenrichtung verschiebbar verbunden ist.
 
22. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 21, bei dem das Rückenpolster am Gurt befestigt ist.
 
23. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 22, wobei die Rucksack-Stromversorgungsvorrichtung ferner einen Schieber (24) umfasst, der verschiebbar mit dem Körper verbunden ist, wobei das Rückenpolster an dem Schieber befestigt ist, der Körper mit einem Führungsschlitz (322) versehen ist und der Schieber mit einem Vorsprung (241) versehen ist, der entlang des Führungsschlitzes gleitet.
 
24. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 19, wobei der Batteriepack gleitend mit dem Körper verbunden ist, eine Projektion des Körpers auf die Ebene L-förmig ist und der Batteriepack in einem eingeschlossenen Winkelbereich der L-förmigen Projektion angeordnet ist.
 
25. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 19, wobei der Körper eine Basis (31) zum Abstützen des Körpers und einen Führungsabschnitt (32) zum Führen des Batteriepacks umfasst, um relativ zum Körper und entlang einer Höhenrichtung zu gleiten, und die Basis und der Führungsabschnitt eine L-Form bilden.
 
26. Rucksack-Werkzeugsystem nach Anspruch 25, bei dem zwei Seitenanschläge (33) von dem Führungsabschnitt in Richtung des Batteriepacks hervorstehen und die beiden Seitenanschläge jeweils auf zwei Seiten des Batteriepacks angeordnet sind.
 


Revendications

1. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos (100), comprenant :

un pack de batteries (10) pour fournir de l'énergie électrique ;

un corps (30) pour supporter le pack de batteries, dans lequel le pack de batteries est relié de manière séparable au corps, le corps est au moins partiellement symétrique sur un plan (301) et le corps définit une hauteur dans une direction en hauteur ;

un dispositif portatif (20) relié au corps et pouvant être porté par un utilisateur pour porter le corps, dans lequel le dispositif portatif comprend une sangle (21), la sangle comprend une extrémité supérieure reliée à une partie supérieure du corps, et l'extrémité supérieure de la sangle applique une force (F1) au corps lorsque l'utilisateur porte le dispositif portable ;

un dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique pour la sortie d'énergie électrique du pack de batteries, dans lequel le dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique est doté d'une première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique (41) ; et

un membre de fixation (50) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique ;

dans lequel un angle inclus (β) entre une projection d'une direction de la force sur le plan et la direction en hauteur est supérieur ou égal à 30 degrés et inférieur ou égal à 50 degrés ; caractérisé en ce que

le membre de fixation est porté par l'utilisateur lorsque l'utilisateur porte le dispositif portatif ou est fixé à un du dispositif portatif et du pack de batteries ;

le dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique comprend un câble (40) et la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique est disposée à une extrémité du câble ; et

le membre de fixation est doté d'une première fente de fixation (53) pour fixer le câble et d'une seconde fente de fixation (54) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, une ouverture (531) de la première fente de fixation est inférieure à un diamètre du câble, et une ouverture (532) de la seconde fente de fixation est plus large que l'ouverture de la première fente de fixation.


 
2. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le corps définit en outre une profondeur dans une direction avant-arrière, le pack de batteries est relié à une partie arrière du corps, une partie avant du corps est dotée d'une plaque arrière (323) s'étendant le long de la direction en hauteur, et une projection d'un centre de gravité (G1) d'un tout formé du pack de batteries et du corps sur le plan est entre une projection d'une ligne droite (302) sur laquelle la force est située sur le plan et une projection de la plaque arrière sur le plan.
 
3. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le corps définit en outre une profondeur dans une direction avant-arrière, le pack de batteries est relié à une partie arrière du corps, une partie avant du corps est dotée d'une plaque arrière (323) s'étendant le long de la direction en hauteur, et un rapport d'une distance (L1) d'un centre de gravité (G1) d'un tout formé du pack de batteries et du corps à la plaque arrière à une longueur (L2) du tout formé du pack de batteries et du corps dans la direction avant-arrière est supérieur à 0 ou inférieur ou égal à 0,85.
 
4. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel l'appareil portatif comprend un coussinet dorsal (22) pour être en contact avec le dos d'un utilisateur et le coussinet dorsal est relié coulissant au corps le long d'une direction en hauteur.
 
5. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 4, dans lequel le coussinet dorsal est fixé à la sangle.
 
6. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 5, comprenant en outre un coulisseau (24) relié coulissant au corps, dans lequel le coussinet dorsal est fixé au coulisseau, le corps est doté d'une fente de guidage (322) et la fente est dotée d'une saillie (241) coulissant le long de la fente de guidage.
 
7. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le pack de batteries est relié coulissant au corps, une saillie du corps sur le plan est en forme de L, et une saillie du pack de batteries sur le plan est située dans une région d'angle inclus de la projection en L du corps.
 
8. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le corps comprend une base (31) pour supporter le corps et une partie de guidage (32) pour guider le pack de batteries pour glisser par rapport au corps et le long de la direction en hauteur et la base et la partie de guidage forment un L.
 
9. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 8, dans lequel deux butées latérales (33) sont saillie de la partie de guidage en direction du pack de batteries et les deux butées sont situées sur deux côtés du pack de batteries respectivement.
 
10. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le membre de fixation comprend un corps de membre de fixation (51) et une partie de serrage (52), le corps de membre de fixation est fixé à la sangle, la partie de serrage est dotée d'un premier bras de support (521) et d'un second bras de support (522) et la seconde fente de fixation est formée entre le premier bras de support et le second bras de support.
 
11. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 10, dans lequel une première extrémité du second bras de support est fixée au corps de membre de fixation, une seconde extrémité du second bras de support est dotée d'une seconde partie courbe (524), et la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique est située entre le corps de membre de fixation et la seconde partie courbe.
 
12. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 11, dans lequel un angle inclus (δ) entre la seconde partie courbe et le second bras de support est supérieur à 90 degrés et inférieur ou égal à 135 degrés.
 
13. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 10, dans lequel le corps de membre de fixation et la partie de serrage sont formés intégralement et le corps de membre de fixation est doté d'une fente de montage (55) pour fixer le membre de fixation à la sangle.
 
14. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 10, dans lequel la première fente de fixation et la seconde fente de fixation sont situées sur un même côté du corps de membre de fixation.
 
15. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel une aire d'une projection de la première fente de fixation est inférieure à une aire d'une projection de la seconde fente de fixation.
 
16. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel l'ouverture de la seconde fente de fixation est plus grande que le diamètre du câble.
 
17. Appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le membre de fixation est situé sur un avant du corps d'un utilisateur et le pack de batteries est situé sur l'arrière du corps d'un utilisateur lorsque l'utilisateur porte le dispositif portatif.
 
18. Système d'outil en sac à dos (1000, 2000, 3000) comprenant :

un pack de batteries pour fournir de l'énergie électrique ;

un corps pour supporter le corps de batteries, dans lequel le corps de batteries est relié de manière séparable au corps, le corps est au moins partiellement symétrique sur un plan (301) et le corps définit une hauteur dans une direction en hauteur ;

un dispositif portatif relié au corps et pouvant être porté par un utilisateur pour porter le corps, dans lequel le dispositif portatif comprend une sangle, la sangle comprend une extrémité supérieure reliée à une partie supérieure du corps, et l'extrémité supérieure de la sangle applique une force (F1) au corps lorsque l'utilisateur porte le dispositif portable ;

un dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique pour sortie l'énergie électrique du pack de batteries, dans lequel le dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique est doté d'une première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique (41) ; et

un membre de fixation (50) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, et

un outil électrique (200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700) comprenant un moteur (210, 310, 410, 510, 610, 710) et un logement (220, 320, 420, 520, 620, 720) pour recevoir au moins une partie du moteur ;

dans lequel un angle inclus (β) entre une projection d'une direction de la force sur le plan et la direction en hauteur est supérieur ou égal à 30 degrés et inférieur ou égal à 50 degrés, et le pack de batteries est relié de manière séparable au logement et alimente le moteur ; caractérisé en ce que

le membre de fixation est porté par l'utilisateur lorsque l'utilisateur porte le dispositif portatif ou est fixé à un du dispositif portatif et du pack de batteries ;

le dispositif de transmission d'énergie électrique comprend un câble (40) et la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique est disposée à une extrémité du câble ; et

le membre de fixation est doté d'une première fente de fixation (53) pour fixer le câble et d'une seconde fente de fixation (54) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, une ouverture (531) de la première fente de fixation est inférieure à un diamètre du câble, et une ouverture (532) de la seconde fente de fixation est plus large que l'ouverture de la première fente de fixation.


 
19. Système d'outils en sac à dos, comprenant :

un appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos (100) ;

un premier outil électrique (300, 500) ; et

un second outil électrique (200, 400, 600) ;

dans lequel l'appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos comprend :

un pack de batteries (10) ;

un corps (30) pour supporter le pack de batteries, dans lequel le pack de batteries est relié de manière séparable au corps ; et

un dispositif portatif (20) relié au corps et pouvant être porté par un utilisateur pour porter le corps, dans lequel le dispositif portatif comprend une sangle (21) ;

dans lequel le corps est doté d'une première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique (41) et d'une première interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique (34), le pack de batteries est doté d'une seconde interface de sortie d'énergie électrique (11) pour sortir l'énergie électrique, la première interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique est configurée pour correspondre à la seconde interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, et la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique peut être reliée électriquement à la première interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique ;

un membre de fixation (50) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique ;

le premier outil électrique comprend :

un premier moteur ; et

une seconde interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique configurée pour correspondre à la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique ;

le second outil électrique comprend :

un second moteur ; et

une partie de jonction (230) pour joindre le pack de batteries au second outil électrique, dans lequel le pack de batteries est relié de manière séparable à la partie de jonction, la partie de jonction est dotée d'une interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique d'outil (240, 330, 730) et l'interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique d'outil est configurée pour correspondre à la seconde interface de sortie d'énergie électrique ;

dans lequel, lorsque le pack de batteries est joint à la partie de jonction, l'interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique d'outil est reliée à la seconde interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, et le pack de batteries alimente le second moteur, lorsque le pack de batteries est joint au corps, la première interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique est reliée à la seconde interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, la seconde interface d'alimentation en énergie électrique est reliée à la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, et le pack de batteries alimente le premier moteur, un poids total du pack de batteries et du corps est supérieur à un poids du premier outil électrique, et le poids total du pack de batteries et du corps est supérieur ou égal à 3 kg et inférieur ou égal à 10 kg ; caractérisé en ce que

le corps comprend un câble (40) et une extrémité du câble est dotée de la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique ;

le membre de fixation est doté d'une première fente de fixation (53) pour fixer le câble et d'une seconde fente de fixation (54) pour fixer la première interface de sortie d'énergie électrique, et le membre de fixation est fixé à la sangle ; et

une ouverture (531) de la première fente de fixation est inférieure à un diamètre du câble, et une ouverture (532) de la seconde fente de fixation est plus large que l'ouverture de la première fente de fixation.


 
20. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 19, dans lequel le corps définit une profondeur dans une direction avant-arrière, le pack de batteries est relié à une partie arrière du corps, une partie avant du corps est dotée d'une plaque arrière (323) s'étendant le long d'une direction en hauteur, et un rapport de distance (L1) d'un centre de gravité (G1) d'un tout formé du pack de batteries et du corps à la plaque arrière à une longueur (L2) du tout formé du pack de batteries et du corps dans une direction avant-arrière est supérieur à 0 ou inférieur ou égal à 0,85.
 
21. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 19, dans lequel le dispositif portatif comprend un coussinet dorsal (22) pour être en contact avec le dos d'un utilisateur et le coussinet dorsal est relié coulissant au corps le long d'une direction en hauteur.
 
22. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 21, dans lequel le coussinet dorsal est fixé à la sangle.
 
23. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 22, dans lequel l'appareil de fourniture d'alimentation électrique en sac à dos comprend en outre un coulisseau (24) relié coulissant au corps, dans lequel le coussinet dorsal est fixé au coulisseau, le corps est doté d'une fente de guidage (322) et la fente est dotée d'une saillie (241) coulissant le long de la fente de guidage.
 
24. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 19, dans lequel le pack de batteries est relié coulissant au corps, une saillie du corps sur le plan est en forme de L, et le pack de batteries est situé dans une région d'angle inclus de la projection en L du corps.
 
25. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 19, dans lequel le corps comprend une base (31) pour supporter le corps et une partie de guidage (32) pour guider le pack de batteries pour glisser par rapport au corps et le long d'une direction en hauteur et la base et la partie de guidage forment un L.
 
26. Système d'outils en sac à dos selon la revendication 25, dans lequel deux butées latérales (33) sont saillie de la partie de guidage en direction du pack de batteries et les deux butées sont situées sur deux côtés du pack de batteries respectivement.
 




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