CN210291474U - Integrated mobile lighting equipment - Google Patents

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CN210291474U
CN210291474U CN201921627383.XU CN201921627383U CN210291474U CN 210291474 U CN210291474 U CN 210291474U CN 201921627383 U CN201921627383 U CN 201921627383U CN 210291474 U CN210291474 U CN 210291474U
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The utility model belongs to the technical field of mobile lighting, and relates to an integrated mobile lighting device, which comprises a lamp holder bin, wherein one end of the lamp holder bin is provided with a light source component, and the other end of the lamp holder bin is internally provided with a guide cylinder; one end of the battery bin assembly is movably connected into the guide cylinder; the guide cylinder is at least provided with a group of guide grooves, the battery compartment assembly is provided with guide pillars, and the guide pillars are movably connected in the guide grooves; and a USB interface is arranged on one side of the battery compartment assembly and is positioned in the lamp holder compartment. The utility model discloses hide the design with the USB interface, and can realize two shelves and adjust, optimize product structural design, convenience of customers uses.

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Integrated mobile lighting equipment
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of the mobile lighting, a integral type mobile lighting equipment is related to.
Background
The existing small flashlight is divided into a battery bin assembly and a head bin assembly, wherein the battery bin assembly and the head bin assembly are basically screwed and connected by threads, and the battery bin assembly and the head bin assembly are required to be disassembled and separated for operation during charging; or some batteries need to be detached for independent charging, which brings inconvenience to users.
Disclosure of Invention
An object of the utility model is to prior art not enough, provide an integral type mobile lighting device, make battery compartment and lamp holder storehouse need not the separation and can charge.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the utility model adopts the following technical scheme:
an integral mobile lighting device comprising:
the lamp holder comprises a lamp holder bin, wherein one end of the lamp holder bin is provided with a light source assembly, and the other end of the lamp holder bin is internally provided with a guide cylinder;
one end of the battery bin assembly is movably connected into the guide cylinder;
the guide cylinder is at least provided with a group of guide grooves, the battery compartment assembly is provided with guide pillars, and the guide pillars are movably connected in the guide grooves;
and a USB interface is arranged on one side of the battery compartment assembly and is positioned in the lamp holder compartment.
Further, the guide slot includes first guide slot portion and second guide slot portion that are linked together, first guide slot portion sets up along the length direction of guide cylinder, second guide slot portion sets up along the circumferential direction of guide cylinder, second guide slot portion is close to the light source subassembly sets up.
Furthermore, a clamping groove is formed in one end, close to the second guide groove part, of the first guide groove part.
Furthermore, one end of the first guide groove part, which is far away from the second guide groove part, is provided with a convex point protruding into the guide groove.
Furthermore, two symmetrical guide grooves are formed in the guide cylinder.
Furthermore, the light source assembly comprises a second PCB and a reflection cup, one side of the second PCB, which is far away from the guide cylinder, is provided with a lamp bead, and the reflection cup is arranged at a position corresponding to the lamp bead.
Further, one side of the second PCB, which is close to the battery bin assembly, is conductive; one side of the second PCB board close to the battery compartment assembly is further provided with a conductive probe, and the conductive probe corresponds to the terminal of the guide groove.
Furthermore, the battery compartment assembly comprises a battery compartment, a first PCB, a battery and a pressing ring, the pressing ring encapsulates the first PCB and the battery in the battery compartment, the first PCB is electrically connected with the battery, and one end, far away from the battery compartment, of the pressing ring is provided with a guide pillar.
Furthermore, one end, close to the light source assembly, of the first PCB is provided with a first conductive spring, and one end of the first conductive spring extends out of the pressing ring.
Furthermore, a conductive cap is sleeved outside one end, far away from the first PCB, of the first conductive spring, and the open end of the conductive cap is limited in the pressing ring.
The utility model has the advantages that:
1. the battery compartment and the guide cylinder are movably connected, the USB interface of the battery compartment can slide in/out from the lamp holder compartment, and the battery compartment only needs to be pulled out from the lamp holder compartment during charging, so that the operation of a user is facilitated;
2. a clamping groove is formed in the guide groove, and the guide post is limited in the clamping groove in a standby state, so that the battery bin cannot slide relative to the lamp holder bin at will;
3. when the conductive cap is in contact and electric connection with the second PCB, primary electric connection is realized, and the integrated mobile lighting equipment is in a low-grade working state; when the conductive cap continues to move, the conductive cap is contacted with the conductive probe to realize secondary electric connection, and the integrated mobile lighting equipment is in a high-grade working state.
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Fig. 1 is an exploded view of an integrated mobile lighting device;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of an integrated mobile lighting device;
fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of the internal structure of the integrated mobile lighting device in a standby state;
fig. 4 is a schematic cross-sectional structure diagram of the integrated mobile lighting device in a standby state;
fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of the integrated mobile lighting device in a charging state;
fig. 6 is a schematic diagram of the internal structure of the integrated mobile lighting device in a charging state;
FIG. 7 is an enlarged partial view of portion A of FIG. 6;
fig. 8 is a schematic cross-sectional structure diagram of the integrated mobile lighting device in a charging state;
FIG. 9 is a schematic view of the internal structure of the integrated mobile lighting device in a low-grade state;
FIG. 10 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the integrated mobile lighting device at the base in a low-grade state;
FIG. 11 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the integrated mobile lighting device in a low-shift state;
fig. 12 is a schematic diagram of the internal structure of the integrated mobile lighting device in the high-range state;
fig. 13 is a schematic sectional structure view of the lamp holder of the integrated mobile lighting device in the high-grade state.
The labels in the figure are: 1-battery bin, 101-through hole, 102-hanging hole, 2-sealing ring, 3-battery, 4-first PCB, 401-USB interface, 402-first conductive spring, 5-conductive cap, 6-pressing ring, 601-guide column, 7-guide cylinder, 701-guide groove, 7011-first guide groove part, 7012-second guide groove part, 7013-clamping groove, 7014-salient point, 8-second PCB, 801-conductive probe, 9-reflecting cup, 10-sealing gasket, 11-lamp head bin and 12-support.
Detailed Description
Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the drawings are exemplary and intended to be used for explaining the present invention, and should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "length", "width", "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, and are merely for convenience of description and simplicity of description, and do not indicate or imply that the device or element being referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include one or more of that feature. In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless specifically limited otherwise.
In the embodiments of the present invention, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," and "fixed" are to be construed broadly, e.g., as fixed or detachable connections or as an integral part; can be mechanically or electrically connected; either directly or indirectly through intervening media, either internally or in any other relationship. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present invention can be understood according to specific situations by those skilled in the art.
Referring to fig. 1 to 6, in an embodiment, there is provided an integrated mobile lighting device including: the lamp holder comprises a lamp holder bin 11, wherein a light source assembly is installed at one end of the lamp holder bin 11, and a guide cylinder 7 is installed inside the other end of the lamp holder bin 11; one end of the battery bin assembly is movably connected into the guide cylinder 7; the guide cylinder 7 is at least provided with a group of guide grooves 701, the battery compartment assembly is provided with a guide post 601, and the guide post 601 is movably connected in the guide grooves 701; one side of the battery compartment assembly is provided with a USB interface 401, and the USB interface 401 is positioned in the lamp holder compartment 11. In an embodiment, the guide post 601 of the battery compartment assembly is movably connected to the guide groove 701 of the guide barrel 7, so that the guide post 601 can slide along the guide groove 701, the battery compartment assembly can slide in/out of the lamp holder bin 11, the USB interface 401 can slide in/out of the lamp holder bin 11, the battery compartment assembly and the lamp holder bin 11 do not need to be disassembled, the integrated mobile lighting device can be charged, and the use of a user is facilitated.
Referring to fig. 4, in some embodiments, the light source assembly includes a second PCB 8 and a reflective cup 9, a lamp bead is disposed on a side of the second PCB 8 away from the guide sleeve 7, and the reflective cup 9 is disposed corresponding to a position of the lamp bead. In the embodiment, the second PCB board 8 is mounted at an open end of the guide cylinder 7; the light reflecting cup 9 is covered on the lamp bead; and then the guide cylinder 7 is arranged in the lamp holder bin 11, and the reflecting cup 9 is pressed on the end wall of one end of the lamp holder bin 11, so that the reflecting cup 9 and the second PCB 8 are fixed. In some embodiments, the guide cylinder 7 is connected with the lamp head bin 11 in a threaded fit manner.
In some embodiments, the guide cylinder 7 and the lamp head chamber 11 may be fixedly connected by interference fit or the like.
In some embodiments, a sealing gasket 10 is further provided between the outer edge of the reflector cup 9 and the end wall of the lamp holder bin 11, so as to play a role of sealing and waterproofing.
Referring to fig. 9-13, in some embodiments, the second PCB board 8 is electrically conductive on a side thereof adjacent to the battery compartment assembly; one side of the second PCB board 8 close to the battery compartment assembly is further provided with a conductive probe 801, and the conductive probe 801 corresponds to the terminal of the guide groove 701. In an embodiment, the battery compartment assembly is in contact with the second PCB 8 to realize a first-level electrical connection, and the integrated mobile lighting device works in a low gear; the conductive probe 801 is arranged corresponding to the terminal of the guide groove 701, that is, when the guide post 601 moves to the terminal position of the guide groove 701, the battery compartment assembly is in contact with the conductive probe 801 to realize secondary electric connection, and the integrated mobile lighting device works in a high-grade state; therefore, the switching of two lighting gears of the integrated mobile lighting equipment can be realized.
In some embodiments, two sets of symmetrically arranged guide slots 701 are provided on the guide cylinder 7; the battery compartment assembly is provided with two symmetrically arranged guide posts 601 which are matched and connected with the guide groove 701.
Referring to fig. 6 and 7, in some embodiments, the guide slot 701 includes a first guide slot portion 7011 and a second guide slot portion 7012 which are communicated with each other, the first guide slot portion 7011 is disposed along a length direction of the guide barrel 7, the second guide slot portion 7012 is disposed along a circumferential direction of the guide barrel 7, and the second guide slot portion 7012 is disposed adjacent to the light source assembly; the guide post 601 slides along the first guide slot portion 7011 and the second guide slot portion 7012; the end of the second guide slot portion 7012 away from the first guide slot portion 7011 is the terminal end of the guide slot 701. When in use, when the guide post 601 slides along the first guide slot part 701, the battery compartment assembly can slide in/out of the lamp holder compartment 11; when the guide post 601 slides along the second guide slot 7012, the switch of the high-low gear of the integrated mobile lighting device can be realized.
In some embodiments, a locking groove 7013 is formed at an end of the first guiding groove 7011 close to the second guiding groove 7012, so that when the battery compartment assembly slides into the lamp head compartment 11, the guide post 601 is retained in the locking groove 7013, thereby preventing the battery compartment assembly from moving freely relative to the lamp head compartment 11.
In some embodiments, a protruding point 7014 protruding into the guide groove 701 is provided at an end of the first guide groove portion 7011 away from the second guide groove portion 7012, so as to limit the guide post 601 from sliding out of the guide groove 701, and thus the battery compartment assembly is not separated from the guide barrel 7.
In some embodiments, the guide tube 7 is provided with a set of guide slots 701, and the battery compartment assembly is provided with a guide post 601 to be connected with the guide slots 701 in a matching manner.
In some embodiments, the battery compartment assembly includes a battery compartment 1, a first PCB 4, a battery 3, and a pressing ring 6, the pressing ring 6 encapsulates the first PCB 4 and the battery 3 at an opening end of the battery compartment 1, and an end of the pressing ring 6 away from the battery compartment 1 is provided with a guide post 601. In some embodiments, the first PCB 4 is fixed on a bracket 12, and one end of the first PCB 4 near the bracket 12 is electrically connected with the battery 3; during assembly, the battery 3 and the first PCB 4 are loaded into the battery compartment 1, the pressing ring 6 is fixedly connected to the opening end of the battery compartment 1, and the battery 3 and the first PCB 4 are fixed in the battery compartment 1. In some embodiments, the clamping ring 6 is an interference fit with the battery compartment 1.
In some embodiments, the guide post 601 is disposed at an end of the pressing ring 6 away from the battery 3, and the guide post 601 extends out of the side wall of the battery compartment 1 to connect with the guide groove 7, so as to connect the battery compartment assembly with the guide barrel 7, that is, to fit an end of the battery compartment assembly into the lamp head compartment 11.
In some embodiments, a sealing ring 2 is further disposed on the outer side of the battery compartment 1, the sealing ring 2 is disposed between the battery compartment 1 and the lamp holder compartment 11, and when the battery compartment 1 is located inside the lamp holder compartment 11, the lamp holder compartment 11 contacts with the sealing ring 2, so that a sealing and waterproof effect is achieved.
In some embodiments, a USB interface 401 is disposed on a side of the first PCB 4 close to the battery 3, and a through hole 101 is disposed at a position of the battery compartment 1 corresponding to the USB interface 401; when the battery bin 1 slides out of the lamp holder bin 11, the USB interface 401 is exposed, so that a charger can be conveniently connected; when the battery compartment 1 slides into the lamp holder compartment 11, the USB interface 401 is located in the lamp holder compartment 11, so that the USB interface 401 is hidden, the appearance structure of the integrated mobile lighting device is optimized, and the dustproof and waterproof effects are achieved.
In some embodiments, the end of the first PCB 4 close to the light source assembly is provided with a first conductive spring 402, and one end of the first conductive spring 402 extends out of the pressing ring 6 and is electrically connected to the second PCB 8.
In some embodiments, an end of the first conductive spring 402 away from the first PCB 4 is sleeved with a conductive cap 5, an open end of the conductive cap 5 is limited in the pressing ring 6, and the other end of the conductive cap 5 extends out of the pressing ring 6.
In some embodiments, a hanging hole 102 is further formed at an end of the battery compartment 1 away from the lamp head compartment 11 for hanging a string, a lock, or the like.
Referring to fig. 3 and 4, when the integrated mobile lighting device is in a standby state, the guide post 601 is limited in the card slot 7013, the USB interface 401 is located inside the lamp head bin 11, and the conductive cap 5 is not in contact with the second PCB 8.
Referring to fig. 5 to 8, when the integrated mobile lighting device needs to be charged, the battery compartment assembly is pulled out from the lamp head compartment 11, the guide post 601 is separated from the slot 7013, and moves to an end of the first guide slot portion 7011 away from the second guide slot portion 7012 to abut against the protruding point 7014, and the USB interface 401 is exposed outside the lamp head compartment 11 and is connected to a charger to charge the battery 3; the conductive cap 5 is not in contact with the second PCB board 8.
Referring to fig. 9 to 11, when the integrated mobile lighting device is turned on, the battery compartment assembly is pushed to move toward the interior of the lamp holder compartment 11, the guide post 601 is separated from the slot 7013 and moves to the joint of the first guide slot portion 7011 and the second guide slot portion 7012, the conductive cap 5 is electrically connected to the second PCB 8 in a contact manner, the lamp bead is turned on, and the integrated mobile lighting device is in a low-level lighting state.
Referring to fig. 12 and 13, when the battery compartment assembly is rotated relative to the lamp holder compartment 11, the guide post 601 moves towards one end of the second guide slot portion 7012 away from the first guide slot portion 7011, the conductive cap 5 is electrically contacted with the conductive probe 801 on the second PCB 8, and the integrated mobile lighting device is in a high-end lighting state.
The above-mentioned embodiments are only one of the preferred embodiments of the present invention, and the ordinary changes and substitutions performed by those skilled in the art within the technical scope of the present invention should be included in the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. An integral mobile lighting device, comprising:
the lamp holder comprises a lamp holder bin (11), wherein a light source assembly is installed at one end of the lamp holder bin (11), and a guide cylinder (7) is installed inside the other end of the lamp holder bin (11);
one end of the battery bin assembly is movably connected in the guide cylinder (7);
the guide cylinder (7) is at least provided with a group of guide grooves (701), the battery bin assembly is provided with a guide post (601), and the guide post (601) is movably connected in the guide grooves (701);
one side of the battery compartment assembly is provided with a USB interface (401), and the USB interface (401) is positioned in the lamp holder compartment (11).
2. The integrated mobile lighting apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the guide groove (701) comprises a first guide groove portion (7011) and a second guide groove portion (7012) which are communicated, the first guide groove portion (7011) is disposed along a length direction of the guide drum (7), the second guide groove portion (7012) is disposed along a circumferential direction of the guide drum (7), and the second guide groove portion (7012) is disposed near the light source assembly.
3. The integrated mobile lighting device of claim 2, wherein one end of the first guide groove part (7011) close to the second guide groove part (7012) is provided with a clamping groove (7013).
4. The integrated mobile lighting device according to claim 2 or 3, wherein one end of the first guide groove part (7011) far away from the second guide groove part (7012) is provided with a convex point (7014) protruding into the guide groove.
5. The integrated mobile lighting device of claim 1, wherein the guide cylinder (7) is provided with two symmetrical sets of guide slots (701).
6. The integrated mobile lighting device according to claim 1, wherein the light source assembly comprises a second PCB (8) and a reflective cup (9), a lamp bead is arranged on one side of the second PCB (8) far away from the guide cylinder (7), and the reflective cup (9) is arranged corresponding to the position of the lamp bead.
7. The integrated mobile lighting device of claim 6, wherein the second PCB board (8) is electrically conductive on a side thereof proximate to the battery compartment assembly; one side of the second PCB (8) close to the battery compartment assembly is also provided with a conductive probe (801), and the conductive probe (801) corresponds to the terminal of the guide groove (701).
8. The integrated mobile lighting device according to claim 1, wherein the battery compartment assembly comprises a battery compartment (1), a first PCB (4), a battery (3) and a pressing ring (6), the pressing ring (6) encapsulates the first PCB (4) and the battery (3) in the battery compartment (1), the first PCB (4) is electrically connected with the battery (3), and one end of the pressing ring (6) far away from the battery compartment (1) is provided with a guide pillar (601).
9. The integrated mobile lighting device as claimed in claim 8, wherein the first PCB (4) is provided with a first conductive spring (402) at an end close to the light source assembly, and the first conductive spring (402) is provided at an end extending out of the pressing ring (6).
10. The integrated mobile lighting device of claim 9, wherein a conductive cap (5) is sleeved outside one end of the first conductive spring (402) far away from the first PCB (4), and an open end of the conductive cap (5) is limited in the pressing ring (6).
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