CN220169324U - Ceiling lamp - Google Patents

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CN220169324U
CN220169324U CN202321317671.1U CN202321317671U CN220169324U CN 220169324 U CN220169324 U CN 220169324U CN 202321317671 U CN202321317671 U CN 202321317671U CN 220169324 U CN220169324 U CN 220169324U
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The utility model discloses a ceiling lamp, which comprises a lamp panel, a lighting component arranged on the inner side of the lamp panel, a lampshade connected with the lamp panel and covering the lighting component, and a hanging device integrally arranged with the lamp panel; the middle part of lamp panel is by outside-in sunk formation having first recess, draws and hangs the ware and be located first recess to when making to be connected with the ware base that draws that is fixed in the wall body through drawing and hanging the ware, the lamp panel is suitable for laminating through outer terminal surface and wall body. The utility model has the beneficial effects that: when carrying out the installation of ceiling lamp, can form between first recess and the wall body and dodge the region that exists certain degree of depth. And then fix the leading on the wall body in advance and hang the ware base and be connected with leading to hang the ware in the avoidance area that forms, when conveniently carrying out the ceiling lamp installation, can guarantee that the outer terminal surface of lamp panel carries out inseparable laminating with the wall body to avoid the dust to enter into in the ceiling lamp by the outer terminal surface of lamp panel.

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Ceiling lamp
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of lighting lamps, in particular to a ceiling lamp.
Background
The existing ceiling lamps mainly comprise two types, wherein the first type of ceiling lamp comprises a lamp panel, a lighting assembly and a lampshade; when the ceiling lamp is installed, a lamp panel provided with a lighting assembly is fixed on a wall body through fasteners such as screws, then an electric wire extends to the inner side of the lamp panel to be connected with the lighting assembly, and finally a lampshade is covered. The second type of ceiling lamp comprises a lamp panel, a lighting component, a hanging device and a lamp shade; when the lamp panel is installed, the hanging device and the lighting assembly can be firstly installed on the lamp panel, then the lamp panel can be installed by fastening the hanging device with a hanging device base which is installed on a wall in advance, and finally the lamp cover is covered.
For the first ceiling lamp, the lamp panel can be attached to the wall body so as to prevent dust and the like from entering the outer end of the lamp panel; but the installation process is cumbersome. For the second ceiling lamp, the installation process is simple, but because the existing lamp panel is generally of a planar structure, a large gap may exist between the lamp panel and the wall, dust and the like are easily accumulated on the lamp panel, and the aesthetic feeling of the ceiling lamp is reduced due to the gap.
Disclosure of Invention
One of the purposes of the utility model is to provide a ceiling lamp which can be attached to a wall body and is convenient to install.
In order to achieve the purpose, the utility model adopts the following technical scheme: a ceiling lamp comprises a lamp panel, a lighting assembly arranged on the inner side of the lamp panel, a lampshade connected with the lamp panel and covering the lighting assembly, and a transparent guiding and hanging device integrally arranged with the lamp panel; the middle part of lamp panel is formed with first recess by outside-in sunk, draw and hang the ware and be located in the first recess, so that through draw when hanging the ware and being fixed in the wall body draw and hang the ware base and be connected, the lamp panel is suitable for laminating through outer terminal surface and wall body.
Preferably, the hanger is fixedly mounted on the lamp panel through a fastener, so that the lamp panel and the hanger are integrally arranged; or, the guiding and hanging device is fixedly arranged on the lamp panel in an adhesive mode, so that the lamp panel and the guiding and hanging device are integrally arranged.
Preferably, a perforation is arranged in the center of the first groove; the guiding and hanging device comprises a fixing part and a connecting part, wherein the fixing part and the connecting part are arranged in a step mode, the size of the connecting part is matched with that of the through hole, the guiding and hanging device is suitable for being connected with the base of the guiding and hanging device through the through hole from the inner side of the lamp panel through the connecting part, and the guiding and hanging device is suitable for being fixedly connected with the inner end face of the lamp panel through the fixing part.
Preferably, the side part of the lamp panel is recessed from outside to inside to form a second groove, a mounting table surface is formed on the inner end surface of the lamp panel by the second groove, and the lighting assembly is mounted on the mounting table surface.
Preferably, the plurality of the lighting assemblies are arranged on the mounting table top in a round or regular polygon shape; the outer contour of the installation table board is round or regular polygon.
Preferably, the lighting assembly is strip-shaped, the lighting assembly comprises a plurality of lighting units, the lighting units are arranged at equal intervals along the length direction of the lighting assembly, and adjacent lighting units are arranged in a staggered manner along the width direction of the lighting assembly.
Preferably, the outer end face of the lamp panel is provided with a plurality of sponge pads which are arranged at equal intervals along the circumferential direction, and the sponge pads are all positioned in the second groove.
Preferably, a plurality of fastening pieces are detachably arranged on the side part of the inner end surface of the lamp panel along the circumferential direction, and limiting grooves are formed in the fastening pieces; the side of the lamp shade is provided with the protruding portion corresponding to the number of the buckling pieces, the lamp shade is suitable for carrying out elastic clamping on the protruding portion and the corresponding limiting groove, and then the limiting groove is suitable for limiting rotation of the lamp shade along the circumferential direction and movement of the lamp shade along the vertical direction.
Preferably, a plurality of second clamping holes are formed in the side part of the lamp panel, and each second clamping hole comprises a large end and a small end; the lamp panel is provided with a second clamping hole, and a limiting hole is correspondingly formed in the position adjacent to the second clamping hole; one side of the buckling piece is fixedly provided with a clamping plate and elastically provided with a limiting block; when the fastening piece is installed, the fastening piece is suitable for enabling the clamping plate to penetrate through the large end of the second clamping hole and rotate towards the small end until the clamping plate is completely clamped with the small end of the second clamping hole, and at the moment, the limiting block is just aligned with the limiting hole for insertion, so that the fastening piece can be prevented from reversely rotating to be loosened.
Preferably, the inner wall of the buckling piece is elastically connected with at least one wedge-shaped stop block; the stop block is matched with the end part of the inner wall of the buckling piece to form the limit groove; or, the limit groove is formed between the adjacent stop blocks; when the lampshade is installed, the lampshade is suitable for driving the protruding portion to rotate circumferentially, and then the protruding portion is suitable for extruding the stop block close to the opening position of the buckling piece to enter the limiting groove to be clamped.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model has the beneficial effects that:
the first groove is formed by recessing the outer end face of the lamp panel inwards, so that an avoidance area with a certain depth can be formed between the first groove and the wall body when the ceiling lamp is installed. And then fix the leading on the wall body in advance and hang the ware base and be connected with leading to hang the ware in the avoidance area that forms, when conveniently carrying out the ceiling lamp installation, can guarantee that the outer terminal surface of lamp panel carries out inseparable laminating with the wall body to avoid the dust to enter into in the ceiling lamp by the outer terminal surface of lamp panel.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic view of the back structure of the present utility model.
Fig. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the present utility model in elevation.
Fig. 3 is a schematic view of the present utility model in an exploded state.
Fig. 4 is a schematic view of the structure of the lamp panel in the inner direction of the utility model.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural view of the hanger according to the present utility model.
Fig. 6 is a schematic view showing an exploded state of the lighting assembly according to the present utility model.
Fig. 7 is a schematic view illustrating a mounting structure of a lighting assembly and a lamp panel according to one embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 8 is a schematic view illustrating a mounting structure of a lighting assembly and a lamp panel according to another embodiment of the present utility model.
Fig. 9 is a schematic structural view of a fastening member according to the present utility model.
Fig. 10 is a schematic view of a partial structure of a fastening member connected to a lamp panel according to the present utility model.
FIG. 11 is a schematic cross-sectional view of the fastening member of the present utility model.
Fig. 12 is a schematic view of a part of the structure of the connection between the lamp shade and the fastening member in the present utility model.
In the figure: the lamp panel 100, the first groove 110, the second groove 120, the mounting table 130, the first clamping hole 140, the second clamping hole 150, the limiting hole 160, the perforation 170, the hanger 200, the connecting part 210, the fixing part 220, the lamp shade 300, the protruding part 310, the lighting assembly 400, the protection plate 410, the protection cover 411, the clamping part 412, the lamp panel 420, the LED lamp beads 421, the foam cushion 500, the fastening piece 600, the clamping plate 610, the limiting block 620, the supporting plate 630, the stop block 640, the limiting groove 650 and the extension plate 660.
Detailed Description
The present utility model will be further described with reference to the following specific embodiments, and it should be noted that, on the premise of no conflict, new embodiments may be formed by any combination of the embodiments or technical features described below.
In the description of the present utility model, it should be noted that, for the azimuth words such as terms "center", "lateral", "longitudinal", "length", "width", "thickness", "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", "clockwise", "counterclockwise", etc., the azimuth and positional relationships are based on the azimuth or positional relationships shown in the drawings, it is merely for convenience of describing the present utility model and simplifying the description, and it is not to be construed as limiting the specific scope of protection of the present utility model that the device or element referred to must have a specific azimuth configuration and operation.
It should be noted that the terms "first," "second," and the like in the description and in the claims are used for distinguishing between similar objects and not necessarily for describing a particular sequential or chronological order.
In one preferred embodiment of the present utility model, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, a ceiling lamp includes a lamp panel 100, a lighting assembly 400, a lamp housing 300, and a hanger 200. The lighting assembly 400 may be mounted on an inner end surface of the lamp panel 100, and the lamp cover 300 may be connected to the lamp panel 100 to cover the lighting assembly 400, so that the mounted lighting assembly 400 may be dust-proof. The hanging device 200 is made of transparent material and is integrally arranged on the lamp panel 100, so that the ceiling lamp is connected with a hanging device base (not shown) which is arranged on a wall in advance through the hanging device 200; an electrical connector is typically mounted in the hanger base, and through the connection of the hanger base to the hanger 200, not only can the lighting assembly 400 be powered, but also the entire ceiling lamp can be supported. When the lamp panel 100 is designed, the middle portion of the lamp panel 100 may be recessed from outside to inside to form the first groove 110, and the hanger 200 may be positioned in the first groove 110. Therefore, when the ceiling lamp is installed, an avoidance area with the depth of X can be formed between the first groove 110 and the wall body, and the base of the hanging device can extend into the avoidance area to be connected with the hanging device 200; and after the installation of the ceiling lamp is completed, the outer end face of the lamp panel 100 can be attached to the wall body, so that dust is prevented from entering the interior of the ceiling lamp from the outer end face of the lamp panel 100.
It will be appreciated that the conventional lamp panel 100 has a planar structure, so that when the ceiling lamp is mounted, a mounting gap is generated between the outer end surface of the lamp panel 100 and the wall body due to the connection of the hanger 200 and the hanger base. Still because some mounting holes need to be provided on the lamp panel 100, the whole ceiling lamp is not a sealing structure at the back, so that dust in the air may enter into the interior of the ceiling lamp under electrostatic attraction or self-floating, and the lighting effect of the ceiling lamp is further affected.
In this embodiment, the middle part of the lamp panel 100 is concavely provided, so that an avoidance area with a certain depth is formed between the lamp panel 100 and the wall body, and the outer end surface of the lamp panel 100 and the wall body can be ensured to be attached by connecting the hanging device 200 with the hanging device base in the avoidance area, so that dust is effectively prevented from entering the ceiling lamp.
It should be noted that the end surface of the lamp panel 100 that cooperates with the lamp housing 300 is an inner end surface, i.e., a mounting end surface of the lighting assembly 400; the other end surface of the lamp panel 100 is an outer end surface, i.e., an end surface attached to the wall.
It should be further understood that, in the conventional ceiling lamp, the mounting of the lamp panel 100 is generally performed after the connection between the hanger 200 and the hanger base; the hanger 200 is typically separated from the lamp panel 100 when shipping. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that safety certification is required when the ceiling lamp leaves the factory; when the conventional ceiling lamp leaves the factory, since the hanging device 200 and the lamp panel 100 are separated, it is necessary to perform safety certification on the hanging device 200 and the ceiling lamp after removing the hanging device 200, i.e. the number of safety certification items is two. In the embodiment, the hanging device 200 and the lamp panel 100 are integrally arranged, so that the whole ceiling lamp is packaged and transported together during shipment; therefore, when the ceiling lamp of the embodiment is subjected to safety certification, only one certification of the ceiling lamp is required, and the production cost can be effectively reduced.
In this embodiment, the concave shape of the first groove 110 may be designed according to the specific shape of the hanger base; are generally designed to be circular or regular polygons.
In the present embodiment, the hanging device 200 and the lamp panel 100 are integrally arranged in a plurality of ways, including but not limited to the following two ways.
Setting mode one: the hanger 200 is fixedly mounted to the lamp panel 100 by a fastener such that the lamp panel 100 is integrally provided with the hanger 200.
Setting mode II: the hanger 200 is fixedly mounted to the lamp panel 100 by means of bonding such that the lamp panel 100 is integrally provided with the hanger 200.
Specifically, as shown in fig. 4, 5, 7 and 8, the center of the first groove 110 is provided with a perforation 170. To facilitate the installation of the hanger 200, the hanger 200 may be arranged in a circular shape. The hanger 200 includes a fixing part 220 and a connecting part 210 arranged in a step shape; the diameter of the connecting portion 210 is matched with the diameter of the through hole 170, and the diameter of the fixing portion 220 is larger than the diameter of the connecting portion 210. Therefore, when the hanger 200 and the lamp panel 100 are integrally arranged, the hanger 200 can be first inserted through the through hole 170 from the inner side of the lamp panel 100 through the connecting portion 210 for being connected with the hanger base, and then fixedly connected with the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100 through the fixing portion 220 of the hanger 200 in the first or second arrangement modes.
It can be appreciated that when the integrated setting of the hanging device 200 is performed, the hanging device 200 is arranged in a stepped manner, and the through holes 170 in the middle of the first groove 110 are arranged in a penetrating manner through the connecting portion 210 with a smaller size, so that the hanging device 200 can be positioned, and the hanging device 200 can be prevented from being offset in the process of being fixed with the lamp panel 100, and the stability of the overall stress of the ceiling lamp after the installation is completed can be ensured.
In one embodiment of the present utility model, as shown in fig. 4, 7 and 8, the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100 is convexly provided with a mounting table 130, and the lighting assembly 400 can be conveniently mounted on the mounting table 130.
It will be appreciated that the conventional lamp panel 100 is configured such that the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100 has a large planar structure when the lamp assembly 400 is mounted, so that the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100 interferes with the manual placement process when the lamp assembly 400 is manually placed. In this embodiment, after the protruding mounting table 130 is disposed on the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100, the avoiding areas are formed on two sides of the mounting table 130, so that when the lighting assembly 400 is mounted, the avoiding areas on two sides of the mounting table 130 can avoid interference with fingers, and thus the lighting assembly 400 can be mounted conveniently.
In this embodiment, the number of the lighting assemblies 400 may be one or more; generally, in order to improve the stability of use of the ceiling lamp, the number of the lighting assemblies 400 is preferably plural, so that when one or more of the lighting assemblies 400 fails, the remaining lighting assemblies 400 can still be used.
In the present embodiment, in order to improve the lighting effect of the lighting assembly 400, a plurality of lighting assemblies 400 are arranged in various ways, including but not limited to the following two ways.
First kind: the lighting assembly 400 is curved as a whole, and when the lighting assembly 400 is circumferentially arranged on the mounting table 130, a circular structure can be formed between the plurality of lighting assemblies 400.
Second kind: as shown in fig. 7 and 8, the lighting assembly 400 is integrally formed in a bar shape, and when the lighting assembly 400 is circumferentially disposed on the mounting table 130, a regular polygon structure may be formed between the plurality of lighting assemblies 400. For example, as shown in fig. 7, if the number of the lighting assemblies 400 is four, when the four lighting assemblies 400 are circumferentially arranged on the mounting table 130, a square structure may be formed between the four lighting assemblies 400. For example, as shown in fig. 8, if the number of the lighting assemblies 400 is three, when the three lighting assemblies 400 are circumferentially arranged on the mounting table 130, an equilateral triangle structure can be formed between the three lighting assemblies 400.
In this embodiment, the outer contour of the mounting table 130 may have various specific structures, including but not limited to the following two structures.
First kind: as shown in fig. 7, the outer contour of the mounting table 130 is circular, and the circular contour of the mounting table 130 may be used for mounting of a circularly-arranged or regular polygon-arranged lighting assembly 400.
Second kind: as shown in fig. 8, the outer contour of the mounting table 130 has a regular polygon shape corresponding to the layout structure of the lighting assembly 400.
It will be appreciated that, for the mounting table 130 of the first structure, although the mounting of the lighting assembly 400 with regular polygon arrangement is also possible, the spacing between the two sides of the mounting table 130 and the lighting assembly 400 is different, and the side with the further spacing is not beneficial to forming the avoidance area in the foregoing. Thus, in performing a circular layout of the lighting assembly 400, the outer profile of the mounting table 130 is preferably of the first configuration described above; the outer contour of the mounting table 130 is preferably of the second configuration described above when the lighting assembly 400 is being laid out in a right-sided polygon. For convenience of description of the following, the following description will take the example in which the lighting assembly 400 is in the shape of a bar.
In one embodiment of the present utility model, as shown in fig. 6 to 8, the lighting assembly 400 includes a plurality of lighting units, wherein the lighting units are equally spaced along the length direction of the lighting assembly 400, and adjacent lighting units are offset along the width direction of the lighting assembly 400, so that a better lighting spot effect can be achieved with a smaller size lighting assembly 400 and lower cost.
It can be appreciated that there are two general arrangements of the lighting units of the conventional ceiling lamp, one is to uniformly distribute the lighting units on the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100, which results in a larger number of lighting units, so that the cost of the ceiling lamp is increased and waste of resources is easily caused. Another is to provide a row of lighting units in a neat arrangement on the lighting assembly 400; this easily results in a large range of overlapping of illumination between adjacent illumination units, so that the illumination efficiency of the ceiling lamp is lowered. In this embodiment, the plurality of lighting units of the lighting assembly 400 are arranged in a similar fold line distribution manner, so that the lighting overlapping range between the adjacent lighting units can be reduced, and the lighting spot effect of the ceiling lamp can be further increased.
In this embodiment, as shown in fig. 6, the lighting assembly 400 includes a shielding plate 410 and a lamp panel 420. The lamp panel 420 is provided with a plurality of LED lamp beads 421; meanwhile, the protection plate 410 is provided with transparent protection covers 411 corresponding to the LED lamp beads 421 in number and positions. Thus, when the lighting assembly 400 is installed, the lamp panel 420 is placed at the corresponding position of the installation table 130, and then the protection plate 410 is covered on the lamp panel 420 and connected with the installation table 130; at this time, the protective cover 411 on the protective plate 410 can be covered with the corresponding LED lamp beads 421 to form the above-mentioned lighting unit.
It will be appreciated that there are a variety of specific ways in which the shield plate 410 may be connected to the mounting table 130 when the lighting assembly 400 is installed; the common connection mode can adopt clamping connection. For example, as shown in fig. 4, 6 and 10, two ends of the protection plate 410 are provided with clamping parts 412, and the lamp panel 100 is provided with first clamping holes 140 at corresponding positions of the installation table 130. Thus, when the lighting assembly 400 is mounted, the shielding plate 410 may be engaged with the first engaging hole 140 through the engaging portions 412 at both ends.
It should be understood by those skilled in the art that, in order to enhance the installation stability of the ceiling lamp, a plurality of sponge mats 500 are generally provided on the outer end surface of the lamp panel 100. Thereby accomplish the installation back at the ceiling lamp, still for ceiling lamp boost pressure through the compression of foam-rubber cushion 500 to avoid the ceiling lamp to take place to rock after accomplishing the installation, and then can effectually improve the stability of the mounting structure of ceiling lamp.
In one embodiment of the present utility model, as shown in fig. 1 to 3, the side of the lamp panel 100 is formed with a second groove 120 recessed from the outside to the inside. The outer end surface of the lamp panel 100 is provided with a plurality of sponge pads 500 arranged at equal intervals along the circumferential direction, and the sponge pads 500 are all positioned in the second groove 120. Therefore, after the installation of the ceiling lamp is completed, the compressed foam-rubber cushion 500 is positioned in the second groove 120, and interference of the compressed foam-rubber cushion 500 on the fitting installation of the lamp panel 100 and the wall body can be avoided.
In this embodiment, as shown in fig. 4, the surface of the second recess 120 formed on the inner surface of the lamp panel 100 can be just the mounting surface 130 required for mounting the lighting assembly 400. That is, the lamp panel 100 may be integrally formed with the second recess 120 required for mounting the sponge mat 500 and the mounting table 130 required for mounting the lighting assembly 400 by punching or the like.
In order to facilitate replacement of the lighting assembly 400 when the lighting assembly 400 fails, the lamp housing 300 is generally detachably connected to the lamp panel 100; there are various removable connection modes of the lamp housing 300 and the lamp panel 100, in which a snap connection is common. The specific structure of the snap connection of the lamp shade 300 of the conventional ceiling lamp and the lamp panel 100 is as follows: a plurality of clamping grooves are integrally formed on the side part of the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100, then a plurality of clamping blocks are integrally formed on the side part of the lamp shade 300, and the lamp shade 300 can be detachably mounted through clamping the clamping blocks and the clamping grooves.
However, in the conventional ceiling lamp, since the opening direction of the clamping groove is parallel to the end surface direction of the lamp panel 100, when the lamp panel 100 integrally forms the clamping groove, the forming process of the lamp panel 100 is relatively complicated, so that the production efficiency of the ceiling lamp is reduced. Meanwhile, the clamping groove and the clamping block in the traditional ceiling lamp are in forced clamping, so that the driving force required by clamping the clamping block and the clamping groove is large, the operation is inconvenient, the abrasion of the clamping block can be aggravated due to multiple use, and the lampshade 300 is easy to loosen.
In one embodiment of the present utility model, as shown in fig. 7 to 12, a plurality of fastening members 600 provided with limiting grooves 650 are detachably mounted on the side portion of the inner end surface of the lamp panel 100 along the circumferential direction, and the difficulty in forming the lamp panel 100 can be reduced by the detachable mounting of the fastening members 600, so as to improve the production efficiency of the ceiling lamp. The side of the lamp shade 300 is provided with the protruding parts 310 corresponding to the number of the fastening members 600; therefore, when the lampshade 300 is mounted, the lampshade 300 can be elastically clamped with the corresponding limiting groove 650 through the protruding portion 310, the driving force required by clamping the protruding portion 310 and the limiting groove 650 can be reduced through elastic clamping, and on the other hand, abrasion in the process of clamping the protruding portion 310 and the limiting groove 650 can be reduced. The rotation of the lamp housing 300 in the circumferential direction and the movement in the vertical direction can be limited by the engagement of the limiting groove 650 with the protrusion 310.
It should be understood that the specific number of the fastening members 600 may be selected according to the actual needs of those skilled in the art, and generally, the number of the fastening members 600 is at least two, for example, three fastening members 600 are shown in fig. 7 and 8, and the three fastening members 600 are equally spaced along the circumferential direction.
In this embodiment, as shown in fig. 4, 9 and 10, the side portion of the lamp panel 100 is provided with a plurality of second clamping holes 150, and the second clamping holes 150 include a large end and a small end; the lamp panel 100 is further provided with a limiting hole 160 at a position adjacent to the second clamping hole 150. The fastening member 600 is fixedly provided with a clamping plate 610 and elastically provided with a limiting block 620 on a first side. When the fastening piece 600 is installed, the fastening piece 600 can approach the inner end surface of the first lateral lamp panel 100, so that the fastening piece 600 can pass the clamping plate 610 through the large end of the second clamping hole 150, and then the fastening piece 600 is rotated to rotate the clamping plate 610 towards the small end direction of the second clamping hole 150; in this process, the limiting block 620 is elastically deformed by the extrusion of the lamp panel 100 until the clamping plate 610 is completely clamped with the small end of the second clamping hole 150, and the limiting block 620 can be aligned with the limiting hole 160 for plugging, so that the fastening piece 600 can be prevented from reversely rotating to release.
It can be appreciated that the clamping plate 610 and the second clamping hole 150 can ensure that the fastening member 600 is stably connected with the lamp panel 100 in the vertical direction; the stopper 620 is inserted into the stopper hole 160, so that the fastening member 600 cannot rotate in the circumferential direction after being mounted, and the fastening member 600 can be prevented from being released from the large end of the second fastening hole 150 through the clamping plate 610.
Meanwhile, the number of the clamping plates 610 may be one or more; to improve the mounting stability of the fastening device 600, the number of the clamping plates 610 is preferably plural, for example, as shown in fig. 9, the number of the clamping plates 610 is two; as shown in fig. 4, there are three pairs of corresponding second clamping holes 150 on the lamp panel 100, and two second clamping holes 150 of each pair are clamped with two clamping plates 610 on the corresponding fastening member 600. The card 610 may have an L-shape or a T-shape, or may have other shapes having the same function.
Specifically, as shown in fig. 9 and 10, a support plate 630 is disposed in the middle of the first side of the fastening member 600, and the support plate 630 has a thin plate structure, so that the support plate 630 can be elastically bent under the condition that the end portions are stressed. The limiting block 620 is disposed at the end of the supporting plate 630, so that in the installation process of the fastening piece 600, the limiting block 620 can be extruded by the lamp panel 100 to drive the supporting plate 630 to bend, and then when the clamping plate 610 of the fastening piece 600 is completely clamped with the small end of the second clamping hole 150, the limiting block 620 just moves to be opposite to the limiting hole 160, and then the limiting block 620 is elastically reset by the supporting plate 630 to drive the limiting block 620 to be inserted into the limiting hole 160.
In this embodiment, as shown in fig. 9, 11 and 12, at least one wedge-shaped stop 640 is elastically connected to the inner wall of the fastening member 600. When the number of the stoppers 640 is one, the stoppers 640 may be matched with the inner wall end of the fastening member 600 to form a limit groove 650; when there are a plurality, typically two, of the stops 640, the stop grooves 650 may be formed by the adjacent stops 640. When the lamp shade 300 is rotatably installed, the lamp shade 300 can drive the protruding part 310 to press the stop block 640 close to the opening position of the fastening piece 600 so as to enter the limit groove 650 to be clamped; that is, the stop block 640 near the opening of the fastening member 600 is an opening of the limiting groove 650, the size of the opening of the limiting groove 650 is smaller than the size of the engaging position of the limiting groove 650, and when the limiting groove 650 is engaged with the protruding portion 310, the stop block 640 can limit the circumferential rotation of the lampshade 300, so as to avoid the lampshade 300 from shaking. And, the stopper 640 is elastically connected with the inner wall of the fastening member 600, so that when the protrusion 310 is pressed in contact with the stopper 640, the stopper 640 can elastically deflect to expand the opening of the limit groove 650, so that the protrusion 310 can easily enter the limit groove 650.
In this embodiment, there are various ways of elastically connecting the stop block 640 with the inner wall of the fastening member 600, wherein one common way is that the cross section of the stop block 640 is triangular as shown in fig. 9, 11 and 12, the stop block 640 is integrally formed with the inner wall of the fastening member 600 through an extending plate 660 arranged at one corner, and since the thickness of the extending plate 660 connected at one corner of the stop block 640 is thinner than that of the stop block 640 itself, when one side of the stop block 640 is extruded by the protruding portion 310, the component force of the extrusion force applied by the stop block 640 can drive the extending plate 660 to elastically bend, so as to drive the opening of the limit slot 650 formed by the stop block 640 to open; after the protruding portion 310 enters the limiting groove 650, the extending plate 660 can drive the stop block 640 to elastically reset, so as to maintain the opening of the limiting groove 650 with a smaller size.
Specifically, when the protruding portion 310 is engaged with the limiting groove 650, the force required to press the stop block 640 to drive the extending plate 660 to elastically bend is F1, and when the protruding portion 310 is engaged with the limiting groove 650, the force required to press the stop block 640 to drive the extending plate 660 to elastically bend is F2. As shown in fig. 11 and 12, by bending the extension plate 660, the required force F1 can be reduced and the required force F2 can be increased, so that the convenience and stability of mounting the lamp housing 300 can be further improved.
The foregoing has outlined the basic principles, features, and advantages of the present utility model. It will be understood by those skilled in the art that the present utility model is not limited to the embodiments described above, and that the above embodiments and descriptions are merely illustrative of the principles of the present utility model, and various changes and modifications may be made therein without departing from the spirit and scope of the utility model, which is defined by the appended claims. The scope of the utility model is defined by the appended claims and equivalents thereof.

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1. A ceiling lamp comprises a lamp panel, a lighting assembly arranged on the inner end surface of the lamp panel, a lampshade connected with the lamp panel and covering the lighting assembly, and a transparent guiding and hanging device integrally arranged with the lamp panel; the method is characterized in that: the middle part of lamp panel is formed with first recess by outside-in sunk, draw and hang the ware and be located in the first recess, so that through draw when hanging the ware and being fixed in the wall body draw and hang the ware base and be connected, the lamp panel is suitable for laminating through outer terminal surface and wall body.
2. A ceiling lamp as set forth in claim 1, wherein: the guide hanger is fixedly arranged on the lamp panel through a fastener, so that the lamp panel and the guide hanger are integrally arranged;
or, the guiding and hanging device is fixedly arranged on the lamp panel in an adhesive mode, so that the lamp panel and the guiding and hanging device are integrally arranged.
3. A ceiling lamp as claimed in claim 1 or 2, characterized in that: a perforation is arranged in the center of the first groove; the guiding and hanging device comprises a fixing part and a connecting part, wherein the fixing part and the connecting part are arranged in a step mode, the size of the connecting part is matched with that of the through hole, the guiding and hanging device is suitable for being connected with the base of the guiding and hanging device through the through hole from the inner side of the lamp panel through the connecting part, and the guiding and hanging device is suitable for being fixedly connected with the inner end face of the lamp panel through the fixing part.
4. A ceiling lamp as set forth in claim 1, wherein: the side of the lamp panel is recessed from outside to inside to form a second groove, a mounting table surface is formed on the inner end surface of the lamp panel by the second groove, and the lighting assembly is mounted on the mounting table surface.
5. The ceiling lamp of claim 4, wherein: the plurality of lighting assemblies are arranged on the mounting table top in a round or regular polygon shape; the outer contour of the installation table board is round or regular polygon.
6. The ceiling lamp of claim 5, wherein: the lighting assembly is strip-shaped, the lighting assembly comprises a plurality of lighting units, the lighting units are arranged at equal intervals along the length direction of the lighting assembly, and adjacent lighting units are arranged in a staggered mode along the width direction of the lighting assembly.
7. The ceiling lamp of claim 4, wherein: the outer terminal surface of lamp panel is provided with a plurality of sponge pads that set up along circumferencial direction equidistant, the sponge pad all is located in the second recess.
8. A ceiling lamp as set forth in claim 1, wherein: the side part of the inner end surface of the lamp panel is detachably provided with a plurality of buckling pieces along the circumferential direction, and the buckling pieces are provided with limiting grooves; the side of the lamp shade is provided with the protruding portion corresponding to the number of the buckling pieces, the lamp shade is suitable for carrying out elastic clamping on the protruding portion and the corresponding limiting groove, and then the limiting groove is suitable for limiting rotation of the lamp shade along the circumferential direction and movement of the lamp shade along the vertical direction.
9. The ceiling lamp of claim 8, wherein: the side part of the lamp panel is provided with a plurality of second clamping holes, and each second clamping hole comprises a large end and a small end; the lamp panel is provided with a second clamping hole, and a limiting hole is correspondingly formed in the position adjacent to the second clamping hole; one side of the buckling piece is fixedly provided with a clamping plate and elastically provided with a limiting block; when the fastening piece is installed, the fastening piece is suitable for enabling the clamping plate to penetrate through the large end of the second clamping hole and rotate towards the small end until the clamping plate is completely clamped with the small end of the second clamping hole, and at the moment, the limiting block is just aligned with the limiting hole for insertion.
10. The ceiling lamp of claim 8, wherein: the inner wall of the buckling piece is elastically connected with at least one wedge-shaped stop block; the stop block is matched with the end part of the inner wall of the buckling piece to form the limit groove; or, the limit groove is formed between the adjacent stop blocks; when the lampshade is installed, the lampshade is suitable for driving the protruding portion to rotate circumferentially, and then the protruding portion is suitable for extruding the stop block close to the opening position of the buckling piece to enter the limiting groove to be clamped.
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