CN211930944U - Internet of things illumination management system - Google Patents

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CN211930944U
CN211930944U CN202020833510.8U CN202020833510U CN211930944U CN 211930944 U CN211930944 U CN 211930944U CN 202020833510 U CN202020833510 U CN 202020833510U CN 211930944 U CN211930944 U CN 211930944U
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The utility model discloses a thing networking lighting management system, it includes: the system comprises a mobile terminal, a cloud server, a router, a primary controller, a secondary controller, a lighting driver and a lamp. The lighting management system of the internet of things provided by the application enables the lighting management system of the lamp to be cloud-end, and the lighting equipment can be controlled through the internet through the mobile terminal, so that the purpose of remotely managing the lamp is achieved; meanwhile, the working state and parameters of the lamp can be remotely acquired through the mobile terminal, and a user can conveniently acquire related information of the lamp in real time.

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Internet of things illumination management system
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of the thing networking, more specifically, the utility model relates to a thing networking lighting management system, it can hold the lamps and lanterns lighting management system cloud, realizes remote management and control to lamps and lanterns through mobile terminal.
Background
Currently, lighting control systems in the market usually transmit control commands through wired connection, for example, a lighting control device and system based on wired communication are provided in chinese patent No. CN201920015960.3, and a lamp and a system main controller need to be connected by a signal line. The controller transmits instructions to the lamp through the signal line, so that various controls such as on-off illumination, dimming, timing control and the like are performed.
The wired lamp control system has the advantages of stable signals and high speed, but because the communication between the controller and the lamp is transmitted through a signal line and is connected by a physical data line, the difficulty and the cost of installation are greatly increased. In some old buildings or buildings without signal line pipelines reserved in the old buildings, the wiring can be carried out only by changing building structures or drilling and other operations, so that the installation cost is higher, and the installation time is longer.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
An object of the utility model is to solve foretell technical problem, provide a system through network control illumination lamps and lanterns, realize remote management lamps and lanterns, can also the person of facilitating the use simultaneously acquires lamps and lanterns relevant information in real time.
In order to solve the above problem, the utility model provides a thing networking lighting management system, it includes:
the mobile terminal is used for acquiring a user control instruction;
the cloud server is used for communicating with the mobile terminal so as to transmit a user control instruction; the cloud server is connected with the mobile terminal;
a router for providing a wireless network; the router is connected with the cloud server;
the primary controller is used for communicating with the router to transmit a user control instruction; the primary controller is connected with the router;
the secondary controller is used for communicating with the primary controller to obtain a user control instruction; the secondary controller is connected with the primary controller;
the lighting driver is used for receiving a user control instruction of the secondary controller so as to control the working state of the lamp; the lighting driver is connected with the secondary controller;
a light fixture for illumination; the light fixture is connected with the lighting driver.
Preferably, the primary controller comprises a wireless communication module, and the wireless communication module is connected with the router through a wireless network.
Preferably, the wireless communication module includes a WiFi communication module, an ethernet communication module, a bluetooth communication module, or a ZIGBEE communication module.
Preferably, the primary controller further comprises a primary RF wireless module, and the primary RF wireless module is connected with the wireless communication module.
Preferably, the secondary controller comprises a secondary RF wireless module, and the secondary RF wireless module is connected with the primary controller through a wireless network.
Preferably, the secondary controller further comprises a primary power carrier module, and the primary power carrier module is connected with the secondary RF wireless module.
Preferably, the lighting driver comprises a secondary power carrier module, and the secondary power carrier module is connected with a primary power carrier module in the secondary controller through a wireless network.
Preferably, the lighting driver further comprises a lighting driving module, and the lighting driving module is connected with the secondary power carrier module and the lamp.
Preferably, the lighting driver further comprises a data acquisition module, and the data acquisition module is connected with the secondary power carrier module and the lamp.
According to the lighting management system of the Internet of things, the lighting management system of the lamp is cloud-ended, and the lighting equipment can be controlled through the Internet through the mobile terminal, so that the purpose of remotely managing the lamp is achieved; meanwhile, the working state and parameters of the lamp can be remotely acquired through the mobile terminal, and a user can conveniently acquire related information of the lamp in real time.
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In order to illustrate the technical solution of the present invention more clearly, the present invention will be explained in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, obviously, the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, which are used for explaining the present invention, and do not limit the present invention in any way; wherein
Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram of an internet of things lighting management system provided by the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a primary controller in an internet of things lighting management system provided by the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic diagram of a secondary controller in an internet of things lighting management system provided by the present invention; and
fig. 4 is a schematic diagram of an illumination driver in an internet of things illumination management system provided by the present invention.
Detailed Description
In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention more apparent, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. It should be understood that the description is intended to be illustrative only and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. Moreover, in the following description, descriptions of well-known structures and techniques are omitted so as to not unnecessarily obscure the concepts of the present invention.
As shown in fig. 1-4, in an embodiment of the present application, the present application provides an internet of things lighting management system, including: the mobile terminal 10, the cloud server 20, the router 30, the primary controller 40, the secondary controller 50, the lighting driver 60, and the lamp 70, each of which is described in detail below.
As shown in fig. 1-4, in an embodiment of the present application, the present application provides an internet of things lighting management system, including:
the mobile terminal 10 is used for acquiring a user control instruction;
a cloud server 20 for communicating with the mobile terminal 10 to transmit a user control instruction; the cloud server 20 is connected with the mobile terminal 10;
a router 30 for providing a wireless network; the router 30 is connected with the cloud server 20;
a primary controller 40 for communicating with the router 30 to transmit user control instructions; the primary controller 40 is connected with the router 30;
a secondary controller 50 for communicating with the primary controller 40 to obtain user control instructions; the secondary controller 50 is connected with the primary controller 40;
a lighting driver 60 for receiving a user control command from the secondary controller 50 to control the operation state of the lamp 70; the lighting driver 60 is connected with the secondary controller 50;
a lamp 70 for illumination; the light fixture 70 is connected to the lighting driver 60.
When a user needs to control the lamp 70, the mobile terminal 10 may be turned on to access the cloud server 20, and a control instruction is sent to the lighting driver 60 through the cloud server 20, the router 30, the primary controller 40, and the secondary controller 50, and the lighting driver 60 analyzes and processes the control instruction, sends a control command to the lamp 70, and adjusts the working state of the lamp 70.
In the embodiment of the present application, the cloud server 20 may be in communication with a plurality of primary controllers 40, the primary controllers 40 may be in communication with a plurality of secondary controllers 50, and the mobile terminal 10 may include a mobile phone, a smart watch, a remote controller, a tablet computer, and the like.
As shown in fig. 1 to 4, in the embodiment of the present application, the primary controller 40 includes a wireless communication module 41 and a primary RF wireless module 42, the wireless communication module 41 is connected to the router 30 through a wireless network, and the primary RF wireless module 42 is connected to the wireless communication module 41.
In the embodiment of the present application, the wireless communication module 41 receives the user control command transmitted from the router 30 and transmits it to the primary RF wireless module 42. The wireless communication module 41 includes a WiFi communication module, an ethernet communication module, a bluetooth communication module, or a ZIGBEE communication module.
As shown in fig. 1 to 4, in the embodiment of the present application, the secondary controller 50 includes a secondary RF wireless module 51 and a primary power carrier module 52, the secondary RF wireless module 51 is connected to the primary controller 40 through a wireless network, and the primary power carrier module 52 is connected to the secondary RF wireless module 51.
In the embodiment of the present application, the secondary RF wireless module 51 communicates with the primary RF wireless module 42 in the primary controller 40, receives the user control command sent by the primary RF wireless module, and then transmits the user control command to the primary power carrier module 52.
As shown in fig. 1 to 4, in the embodiment of the present application, the lighting driver 60 includes a secondary power carrier module 61 and a lighting driving module 62, the secondary power carrier module 61 is connected to the primary power carrier module 52 in the secondary controller 50 through a wireless network, and the lighting driving module 62 is connected to the secondary power carrier module 61 and the lamp 70.
In the embodiment of the present application, the secondary power carrier module 61 communicates with the primary power carrier module 52 in the secondary controller 50, receives a user control instruction sent by the secondary power carrier module, and transmits the user control instruction to the lighting driving module 62, and the lighting driving module 62 analyzes and processes the control instruction and then sends a corresponding control command to the lamp 70, so as to adjust the working state of the lamp 70.
As shown in fig. 1 to 4, in the embodiment of the present application, the lighting driver 60 further includes the data acquisition module 63, and the data acquisition module 63 is connected to the secondary power carrier module 61 and the lamp 70.
In the embodiment of the present application, the data acquisition module 63 may acquire various pieces of information of the lamp 70, transmit the information to the mobile terminal 10 via the secondary power carrier module 61, the secondary controller 50, the primary controller 40, the router 30, and the cloud server 20, and display the information on the mobile terminal 10.
According to the lighting management system of the Internet of things, the lighting management system of the lamp is cloud-ended, and the lighting equipment can be controlled through the Internet through the mobile terminal, so that the purpose of remotely managing the lamp is achieved; meanwhile, the working state and parameters of the lamp can be remotely acquired through the mobile terminal, and a user can conveniently acquire related information of the lamp in real time.
It is to be understood that the above-described embodiments of the present invention are merely illustrative of or explaining the principles of the invention and are not to be construed as limiting the invention. Therefore, any modification, equivalent replacement, improvement and the like made without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention should be included in the protection scope of the present invention. Further, it is intended that the appended claims cover all such variations and modifications as fall within the scope and boundaries of the appended claims or the equivalents of such scope and boundaries.

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1. Thing networking lighting management system, its characterized in that includes:
the mobile terminal is used for acquiring a user control instruction;
the cloud server is used for communicating with the mobile terminal so as to transmit a user control instruction; the cloud server is connected with the mobile terminal;
a router for providing a wireless network; the router is connected with the cloud server;
the primary controller is used for communicating with the router to transmit a user control instruction; the primary controller is connected with the router;
the secondary controller is used for communicating with the primary controller to obtain a user control instruction; the secondary controller is connected with the primary controller;
the lighting driver is used for receiving a user control instruction of the secondary controller so as to control the working state of the lamp; the lighting driver is connected with the secondary controller; and
a light fixture for illumination; wherein the light fixture is connected with the lighting driver.
2. The lighting management system of the internet of things of claim 1, wherein the primary controller comprises a wireless communication module, and the wireless communication module is connected with the router through a wireless network.
3. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 2, wherein the wireless communication module comprises a WiFi communication module, an ethernet communication module, a bluetooth communication module, or a ZIGBEE communication module.
4. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 2, wherein the primary controller further comprises a primary RF wireless module, the primary RF wireless module being connected to the wireless communication module.
5. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 1, wherein the secondary controller comprises a secondary RF wireless module, and the secondary RF wireless module is connected with the primary controller via a wireless network.
6. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 5, wherein the secondary controller further comprises a primary power carrier module, the primary power carrier module being connected to the secondary RF wireless module.
7. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 1, wherein the lighting driver comprises a secondary power carrier module, and the secondary power carrier module is connected with a primary power carrier module in the secondary controller via a wireless network.
8. The internet of things lighting management system of claim 7, wherein the lighting driver further comprises a lighting driver module, the lighting driver module being connected to the secondary power carrier module and a light fixture.
9. The lighting management system of the internet of things of claim 7, wherein the lighting driver further comprises a data acquisition module, and the data acquisition module is connected with the secondary power carrier module and a lamp and used for acquiring information of the lamp.
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