DE10116884A1 - Rotation reflecting lamp with mirror and electric motor for rotating mirror so that light beam forms circular light ring for illuminating spaces and surfaces - Google Patents

Rotation reflecting lamp with mirror and electric motor for rotating mirror so that light beam forms circular light ring for illuminating spaces and surfaces

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DE10116884A1
DE10116884A1 DE2001116884 DE10116884A DE10116884A1 DE 10116884 A1 DE10116884 A1 DE 10116884A1 DE 2001116884 DE2001116884 DE 2001116884 DE 10116884 A DE10116884 A DE 10116884A DE 10116884 A1 DE10116884 A1 DE 10116884A1
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mirror
lamp
light
dollar
motor
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Helmut Zaulich
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Helmut Zaulich
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21SNON-PORTABLE LIGHTING DEVICES; SYSTEMS THEREOF; VEHICLE LIGHTING DEVICES SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLE EXTERIORS
    • F21S10/00Lighting devices or systems producing a varying lighting effect
    • F21S10/06Lighting devices or systems producing a varying lighting effect flashing, e.g. with rotating reflector or light source

Abstract

TECHNICAL OBJECT AND OBJECTIVE DOLLAR A The invention relates to a rotating lamp, the light rays of which generate an annular light circle and illuminate a room as a whole with only one lamp. Known lamps only rigidly illuminate a small area. DOLLAR A solution to the problem DOLLAR A The proposed rotary lamp realizes this claim by mounting a motor (1) with a mirror holder (7) on a base plate (5). The angled mirror (3) is connected to the mirror holder by means of foam (8). The cover plate (6) receives the reflector lamp (2). Motor, mirror and reflector lamp are arranged on a common axis. About an elt. Connection (4) is supplied with power to the motor and reflector lamp using a cable. When the motor and reflector lamp are switched on, the circular light beam is generated. DOLLAR A area of application DOLLAR A Areas, advertising spaces and individual objects arranged in the direction of rotation can be illuminated by rotating lamps as a whole, or when they are at a standstill (as with conventional lamps).

Description

State of the art

Standard lamps are used to illuminate rooms and areas.

According to the rigid assembly of the lamps, the light beam is immobile on one brought defined area. Headlights shine, by bundling the rays too more distant objects and areas localized, brightly. Illumination of the further environment does not take place. Additional lamps or headlights are required for this. All-round warning lights have only warning lights when there is little rotation Lighting tasks.

Solution: rotation lamp

If light beams are directed onto surfaces by a rotating lamp or mirror, creates a ring-shaped circle of light. One room will be there, at all in the rotating plane of the Lamp lying walls, illuminated. Likewise, all individual items will be caught each other.

Basis: Due to the sluggishness and sensitivity to light of the eye, it lasts once perceived light impression for 0.1 seconds (frequency is 10 Hz, corresponds to a speed of 600 l / min). Experiments have shown that only when the light rays rotate with 3000 l / min (50 Hz = frequency of the alternating current) a calm light circuit is generated.

problem

The invention specified in claim 1 is based on the problem of a lamp create that realizes a lighting with rotating light beam.  

Advantageous effect and application of the invention

With the invention is achieved in the specified application that by the enormous Light distribution illuminates a large annular area. With just one rotating lamp a room can be illuminated as a whole. A new kind of light impression is created. At Retroreflection via the wall surfaces a somewhat diffuse indirect lighting, or a direct lighting through the light rays. Advertising spaces and those arranged in the direction of rotation Individual objects can be targeted by rotating lamps altogether, or at standstill be illuminated. Even the flickering light, at low speed, can be used for advertising to be interesting.

Problems: Because even when using quality bearings, precise balancing and The rotation results in a low noise level, the use in rooms with Um low noise. Or, if there is a need for rest, the Rotation. The rotating lamp is rotated in a targeted manner onto a surface (object) to be illuminated and acts as a conventional lamp.

Due to the large light distribution, the light output decreases proportionally. But it is, e.g. B. when lighting the ceiling of a 25 m 2 room with a 50 watt rotating lamp, but sufficient.

Structure and mode of operation of the rotary lamp 1. Rotating mirror ( Fig. 1 on a scale of 1: 1) a) Structure

1

engine

2nd

Reflector lamp

3rd

mirror

4

parent connection

5

Base plate

6

Cover plate

7

Mirror image

8th

Assembly foam

9

pipe

10th

Insulation mat

11

parent electric wire

b) Description

A motor ( 1 ) with a mirror mount ( 7 ) is mounted on a base plate ( 5 ). The angled mirror ( 3 ) is connected to the mirror holder by means of foam ( 8 ). The cover plate ( 6 ) receives the reflector lamp ( 2 ).

Motor, mirror and reflector lamp are arranged on a common axis. About an elt. Connection ( 4 ) motor and reflector lamp are elt. Cable powered. When the motor and reflector lamp are switched on, the circular light beam is generated.

2. Rotating reflector lamp ( Fig. 2 on a scale of 1: 1) a) Structure

1

engine

2nd

Reflector lamp

3rd

parent connection

4

Base plate

5

Feet

6

Inventory

7

Pulleys

8th

Round belt

9

ball-bearing

10th

Drive shaft (tube)

11

Slip ring holder

12th

Slip ring

13

Carbon brush

14

Carbon brush holder

15

Mounting washer

16

web

17th

Mounting ring

18th

Mounting washer

19th

parent electric wire

b) Description

A motor ( 1 ) with a pulley ( 7 ) and the bearing holder ( 6 ) are mounted on a base plate ( 4 ). The bearing holder with 2 ball bearings ( 9 ) take the drive shaft ( 10 ). The slip ring holder ( 11 ) with the slip ring ( 12 ) are pressed onto the drive shaft (under the base plate). The drive shaft receives a mounting disc ( 15 ) with a pulley above the upper ball bearing. The reflector lamp ( 2 ) is mounted on the mounting disc via a mounting ring ( 17 ), mounting disc ( 18 ) and web ( 16 ). The carbon brush holder ( 14 ) with carbon brush ( 13 ) is also mounted under the base plate. The elt. Connection ( 3 ) supplied via the elt. Cable ( 19 ) motor and reflector lamp with energy.

Motor ( 1 ) and reflector lamp ( 2 ) are switched electrically as follows:

  • 1. From the eleventh Connection ( 3 ), via the carbon brush holder ( 14 ) with carbon brush ( 13 ) to the slip ring ( 13 ). Here is an elt. Cable ( 19 ) is soldered and guided through the drive shaft ( 10 ) to the reflector lamp ( 2 ).
  • 2. From the eleventh Connection ( 3 ) for bearing support ( 6 ); soldered with a contact screw to the lower ball bearing on the drive shaft ( 10 ). From the end of the drive shaft, on the mounting disc ( 15 ), a soldered element is soldered again using a contact screw. Cable ( 19 ) led to the reflector lamp ( 2 ).

When the engine is switched on, the reflector lamp also rotates above the round belt ( 8 ). A circular light beam is generated.

drawings

Fig. 1 rotary lamp with a rotating mirror

Fig. 2 rotating lamp with rotating lamp.

Claims (4)

  1. This problem is solved with the measures of claim 1.
  2. 1. Rotation lamp for illuminating areas and individual objects.
  3. 2. Rotary lamps according to claim 1, characterized in that lamps or headlights are rotating.
  4. 3. Rotary lamps according to claim 1, characterized in that mirror or mirrored surfaces illuminated by lamps or headlights will rotate.
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Cited By (2)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
DE10237751A1 (en) * 2002-08-17 2004-02-26 Michael Traut Energy saving light source has rotating optical unit that is rotated at over 1500 RPM to distribute output of low power solid state laser
WO2010064984A1 (en) * 2008-12-04 2010-06-10 Skäret Ab Fixture for emulation of omnidirectional or directed continuous lightning

Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
DE10237751A1 (en) * 2002-08-17 2004-02-26 Michael Traut Energy saving light source has rotating optical unit that is rotated at over 1500 RPM to distribute output of low power solid state laser
WO2010064984A1 (en) * 2008-12-04 2010-06-10 Skäret Ab Fixture for emulation of omnidirectional or directed continuous lightning
EP2401545A1 (en) * 2008-12-04 2012-01-04 Skäret Ab Fixture for emulation of omnidirectional or directed continuous lightning
EP2401545A4 (en) * 2008-12-04 2013-12-18 Skaeret Ab Fixture for emulation of omnidirectional or directed continuous lightning
US8668359B2 (en) 2008-12-04 2014-03-11 Patrik Welén Fixture for emulation of omnidirectional or directed continuous lighting

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