DE102014111278A1 - Light-emitting diode holder and LED lamp or luminaire for lighting - Google Patents

Light-emitting diode holder and LED lamp or luminaire for lighting

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DE102014111278A1
DE102014111278A1 DE102014111278.4A DE102014111278A DE102014111278A1 DE 102014111278 A1 DE102014111278 A1 DE 102014111278A1 DE 102014111278 A DE102014111278 A DE 102014111278A DE 102014111278 A1 DE102014111278 A1 DE 102014111278A1
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Ralph Peter Bertram
Alexander Wilm
Alfons Siedersbeck
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Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21VFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS OF LIGHTING DEVICES OR SYSTEMS THEREOF; STRUCTURAL COMBINATIONS OF LIGHTING DEVICES WITH OTHER ARTICLES, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F21V19/00Fastening of light sources or lamp holders
    • F21V19/001Fastening of light sources or lamp holders the light sources being semiconductors devices, e.g. LEDs
    • F21V19/003Fastening of light source holders, e.g. of circuit boards or substrates holding light sources
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21VFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS OF LIGHTING DEVICES OR SYSTEMS THEREOF; STRUCTURAL COMBINATIONS OF LIGHTING DEVICES WITH OTHER ARTICLES, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • F21V19/00Fastening of light sources or lamp holders
    • F21V19/001Fastening of light sources or lamp holders the light sources being semiconductors devices, e.g. LEDs
    • F21V19/003Fastening of light source holders, e.g. of circuit boards or substrates holding light sources
    • F21V19/0055Fastening of light source holders, e.g. of circuit boards or substrates holding light sources by screwing
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21YINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLASSES F21K, F21L, F21S and F21V, RELATING TO THE FORM OR THE KIND OF THE LIGHT SOURCES OR OF THE COLOUR OF THE LIGHT EMITTED
    • F21Y2115/00Light-generating elements of semiconductor light sources
    • F21Y2115/10Light-emitting diodes [LED]

Abstract

The invention relates to a light-emitting diode holder (10), in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder (10), for an LED lamp (1) or lamp (1), wherein the light-emitting diode holder (10) is an electrically insulating laminated material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate having. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for producing a light-emitting diode holder (10), in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder (10), for an LED lamp or light, wherein the light-emitting diode holder (10) made of an electrically insulating , laminated or laminatable material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate is formed. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for mounting an LED lighting device for an LED lamp or luminaire, wherein an LED illuminant (20) by means of a light-emitting diode holder (10), in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder (10 ), is mounted on a mounting surface (30), wherein the light-emitting diode holder (10) comprises two superimposed regions (110, 120), by means of which a substrate (220) of the LED lighting means (20) on the mounting base (30) attached with the substrate (220) protruding out of the second region (120) away from the first region (110).

Description

  • The invention relates to a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, for an LED lamp or light. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for producing a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, for an LED lamp or light. Furthermore, the invention relates to a method for mounting an LED lighting device for an LED lamp or luminaire, and an LED lamp or luminaire for lighting, with at least one light-emitting diode holder according to the invention for at least one light-emitting diode.
  • The LED technology (LED: light-emitting diode, light-emitting diode) is the subject of current research and development, with many improvement innovations currently taking place in the product area of LED technology. LED lamps or lights, each with one or a plurality of LED lamps have a variety of applications such. On / in houses / buildings, for the automotive sector, in hotels and restaurants, for office buildings, on streets and in cities / towns, in retail, for industrial buildings, exhibitions, sports facilities, in / for supermarkets, for industrial applications, for Studio, stage and TV, for airfield lighting, for microlithography, for light advertising, for medical applications, infrared radiant heaters, for effect lighting, for projection systems, for animal care, for private applications etc.
  • So-called chip-on-board (COB, nude chip) light emitting diodes for z. B. the above fields of application, which may also be referred to as LED bulbs, usually have a circuit board or board with a ceramic or a metal core, which must be thermally well conductive on a heat sink in an LED lamp or luminaire attached to to guarantee a certain durability of the light-emitting diode or light-emitting diodes. An electrical contact of the light emitting diode with an electrical line must be made by means of a cohesive solder or a mechanical clamping connection on an upper side of the light emitting diode.
  • To fix these LEDs mechanically and to contact them electrically there are holders for some chip-on-board LEDs, which make soldering obsolete. Such a holder consists of an injection molded plastic part with inserted metal springs for electrical contact to the light emitting diode. Such an injection-molded part is comparatively expensive due to an injection mold which is restricted in its cycle duration and due to the metal springs to be inserted into the injection mold. Furthermore, the insertion of the comparatively small metal springs in the comparatively large injection mold is associated with uncertainties, so that there is an increased rejects in the production of such light-emitting diode holders made of plastic.
  • It is an object of the invention to provide an improved light-emitting diode holder, in particular an improved chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, for an LED lamp or light. Furthermore, it is an object of the invention to provide a method for producing a light-emitting diode holder and a method for mounting an LED lighting device with the light-emitting diode holder. Furthermore, it is an object of the invention to provide an LED lamp or light. - Here, a cost-effective light-emitting diode holder is provided, which in particular should not be produced by a relatively expensive injection molding. Furthermore, a design freedom of the light-emitting diode holder with respect to a realization of a conductor track and / or a circuit on / in the light-emitting diode holder to be given.
  • The object of the invention is by means of a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, for an LED lamp or luminaire, according to claim 1; by a method for producing a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, for an LED lamp or luminaire, according to claim 11; by a method for mounting an LED lighting device for an LED lamp or luminaire, according to claim 14; and by means of an LED lamp or luminaire for illumination, with at least one light-emitting diode holder for at least one light-emitting diode, according to claim 17 dissolved. - Advantageous developments, additional features and / or advantages of the invention will become apparent from the dependent claims and the following description.
  • The light-emitting diode holder has an electrically insulating laminated material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate. In this case, the light-emitting diode holder is preferably constructed mainly or essentially of this material or printed circuit board or printed circuit board laminate. Such a material or board laminate is z. A platinum core material, such as a laminatable composite material. In this case, the material may comprise an epoxy resin, a glass and / or a glass fiber fabric. Such a material is z. CEM (CEM: composite epoxy material), FR4 (FR: flame retardant), etc.
  • The light-emitting diode holder may comprise at least two regions, wherein the two regions are preferably formed such that the first region of a holding a light emitting diode of an LED light source and the second region of a fixing a substrate of the LED bulb is used. Ie. the two areas are, apart from a possibly provided electrical conductor track and / or a mechanical, electrical, electronic and / or optical component or a module, etc., from the above electrically insulating material.
  • Preferably, the two regions are arranged one above the other, wherein the first region has a through-hole for passage of a light originating from the light-emitting diode, and / or the second region has a through-hole for receiving the substrate of the LED light-emitting means. In this case, the through-passage recess of the first region and the through-passage recess of the second region can form a passage recess extending completely through the light-emitting diode holder, in and on which the LED lighting device can be accommodated in sections.
  • In embodiments, the through-passage of the first region may be formed such that an outer boundary of the light-emitting diode of the LED light-emitting device can be surrounded substantially in a form-fitting manner. In this case, a preferably annular spacing may be provided between the outer boundary of the light-emitting diode and the through-passage of the first region. Additionally or alternatively, an inner surface of the through-hole of the first region may be formed inclined. An end-side boundary of this through-passage (that is to say inside and / or outside) of the first region is preferably arc-shaped, in particular substantially oval, elliptical or circular, at least in sections.
  • Furthermore, in embodiments, the through-passage of the second region may be formed in such a way that the substrate of the LED-light-emitting means can be accommodated therein in a form-fitting manner at least in sections. In this case, the second region may be formed in such a way that, in the case of a substrate accommodated in the through-passage, the substrate protrudes from the second region of the light-emitting diode holder beyond the first region. An end-side boundary of this through-passage (that is to say inside and / or outside) of the second region is preferably rectilinear, in particular substantially regular polygonal, hexagonal, rectangular or square, at least in sections.
  • Both the first region and the second region may be formed from laminated layers. Furthermore, the first region and the second region of the light-emitting diode holder may be laminate layers. Preferably, the two regions are arranged substantially coaxially one above the other. Furthermore, the through-passage of the first region and the through-passage of the second region do not pass completely through the light-emitting diode holder. This is done only by means of both Durchgangsausnehmungen. In this case, the passage recesses of the first and the second region are preferably arranged coaxially with respect to one another.
  • The light-emitting diode holder may have an electrical contact or a fastening for an electrical line, by means of which or which an electrical contact of the LED light source is electrically contactable. Preferably, the first region on the inside of the light-emitting diode holder has an electrical contact or a strand of an electrical line which can be electrically contacted by an electrical contact of the LED light source. As a result, an electrical contact between the electrical contact of the LED light source and the electrical contact of the light-emitting diode holder or the electrical line is formed as an electrical contact or pressing contact.
  • According to one embodiment, the light-emitting diode holder may be formed as a circuit board or printed circuit board with a conductor track. In this case, the light-emitting diode holder may have a mechanical, an electrical, an electronic and / or an optical component. The light-emitting diode holder may have a fastening device by means of which it can be fastened to / on a mounting surface. Preferably, the fastening device is a through-hole, in particular a hole or a hole, through which or through which the light-emitting diode holder by means of a fastening means, such as. B. a screw on / on the mounting surface can be fastened.
  • The electrical contact may be formed as a soldering point or a pad. Furthermore, the mounting base may be formed as a heat sink or a body that is (well) thermally conductive connected to a heat sink. Furthermore, the light-emitting diode holder, in particular the second region of the light-emitting diode holder, may have a coding for the LED light source. Furthermore, as a fastener z. As a clip, a clip, etc. are applied.
  • In the manufacturing method, the light-emitting diode holder is formed from an electrically insulating, laminated or laminatable material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate. In this case, the light-emitting diode holder is again preferably constructed mainly or essentially of this material or printed circuit board or printed circuit board laminate (CEM, FR4, etc.). For or in the manufacturing process, an electrical conductor on / in the light-emitting diode holder or a region of the Light-emitting diode holder may be provided or formed, wherein preferably a method for inter-layer connection is applied. Another method is of course applicable. As a result, printed conductors or complex circuits can be realized on / in the light-emitting diode holder.
  • According to one embodiment, at least two regions constitute the light-emitting diode holder, which are formed from the laminated or laminatable material, in particular the printed circuit board laminate. Here, the light-emitting diode holder may be formed as a light-emitting diode holder beschriener above. A conductor track may extend on or in the light-emitting diode holder, it being particularly advantageous if a conductor track extends through the light-emitting diode holder between the two regions.
  • In the assembly method, an LED lighting means by means of a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder, mounted on a mounting surface. In this case, the light-emitting diode holder comprises two superimposed regions, by means of which a substrate of the LED light-emitting means is fixed to the mounting surface, wherein the substrate protrudes away from the first region of the second region of the light-emitting diode holder. The mounting surface may be formed as a heat sink or a body that is thermally conductively connected to a heat sink. Furthermore, the substrate is preferably regularly polygonal, hexagonal, rectangular or square.
  • Through the first region and by means of a through-hole in the first region of the LED holder, a light-emitting diode of the LED light source is kept free, whereas the substrate of the LED light-emitting means is fixed to the mounting surface by the second region of the light-emitting diode holder and by means of a retaining edge of the first region , The LED lighting means may have a coding for the light-emitting diode holder, in particular its second region. The LED lamp or luminaire has a light-emitting diode holder. Furthermore, the LED lamp or luminaire may have an LED luminous device.
  • In the following, exemplary embodiments are explained in more detail with reference to the attached schematic, not to scale, drawing. Elements, components or components which have an identical, univocal or analogous design and / or function are provided with the same reference numerals in the description and the list of reference numerals and are identified by the same reference symbols in the figures of the drawing. Possible, not explained in the description, not shown in the drawing and / or not final alternatives, static and / or kinematic reversals, combinations, etc. to the illustrated embodiments and / or the illustrated embodiments or individual assemblies, parts or portions thereof, can be taken from the list of reference numerals.
  • All explained features, including those of the list of reference numerals, are applicable not only in the specified combination or the specified combinations, but also in a different combination or other combinations or in isolation. In particular, it is possible to substitute a feature or a plurality of features in the description and / or the description of the figures by means of the reference symbols and the features associated therewith in the description, the description of the figures and / or the list of reference symbols. Furthermore, a feature or a plurality of features in the claims can thereby be designed, specified and / or replaced in the claims. - In the figures (Fig.) Of the drawing show:
  • 1 in a perspective view obliquely from above a first embodiment of a light-emitting diode holder in time before mounting a light emitting diode on a mounting surface, not shown,
  • 2 one to 1 analogous situation, however, in a perspective view obliquely from below, wherein the electrical leads of the light-emitting diode holder for the electrical connection of the light-emitting diode are not shown,
  • 3 in a centrally sectioned side view of a second embodiment of the light-emitting diode holder, wherein the two constituent of the light-emitting diode holder areas are clearly visible,
  • 4 the light-emitting diode holder off 3 wherein the light-emitting diode holder is shown cut in a region of an electrical contact contacted by an electrical line,
  • 5 a perspective view obliquely from above on a third embodiment of the light-emitting diode holder and on an LED bulb and two fixing means for the light-emitting diode holder, and
  • 6 a perspective view obliquely from above of a ready-to-use LED lighting device, wherein the light-emitting diode holder 5 the LED bulb
  • 5 holds on an exemplary mounting surface.
  • In the following, embodiments of a variant (cf. 1 to 6 ) of a light-emitting diode holder 10 for a substantially flat extending LED bulb 20 in chip-on-board technology with a flat and substantially circular LED 210 explained in more detail. However, the invention is not limited to such a variant and / or these embodiments, but is of a more fundamental nature, so that it can be applied to all LED lighting means according to the invention. Although the invention has been further illustrated and described in detail by way of preferred embodiments, the invention is not limited by these disclosed examples. Other variations can be deduced therefrom by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the invention.
  • The figures essentially show analogous embodiments of the type open lid 10 designed light-emitting diode holder 10 , The light-emitting diode holder 10 comprises at least two superposed and preferably materially integrally connected or integrally formed areas 110 . 120 , A form of the light-emitting diode holder 10 is in principle arbitrary. In the present case has the light-emitting diode holder 10 in a first approximation, a flat parallelepipedic ( 1 to 4 ) or a flat cylindrical ( 5 and 6 ) Appearance. The light-emitting diode holder 10 is or at least two areas 110 . 120 are formed of a board material, preferably of a particular laminated or laminatable composite material such as CEM, FR4, etc.
  • The light-emitting diode holder 10 serves on the one hand a mounting of the LED bulb 20 on a mounting surface 30 (see. 6 ), such. B. a heat sink 30 or a body 30 which is preferably connected with good heat conduction with a heat sink. One on a mounting surface 30 by means of the light-emitting diode holder 10 fixed (and electrically connected) LED bulbs 20 (see. 6 ) is present as (ready) LED lighting device 2 designated. The mounting surface 30 Can be a section of an LED lamp 1 or a lamp 1 form. On the other hand, the light-emitting diode holder allows 10 an exit of the light-emitting diode 210 of the LED bulb 20 generated light. The light-emitting diode 210 is preferred as a chip-on-board light emitting diode 210 educated.
  • A first area 110 of the LED holder 10 has in its layers or as a layer a preferably central through-hole 112 or recess 112 for a passage of the light-emitting diode 210 arising light. The passage recess 112 or recess 112 is in an end view (ie, for example, with reference to FIGS 3 or 4 viewed from above or below) is preferably at least partially arcuate and optionally formed in sections rectilinear. A shape of an oval, an ellipse or a circle is preferred (compare, for example, FIGS 1 and 2 such as 5 and 6 ).
  • A second area 120 of the LED holder 10 has in its layers or as a layer a preferably central through-hole 122 or recess 122 for picking up the LED bulb 20 or its substrate 220 on. The passage recess 122 or recess 122 is in an end view (again, for example, with reference to the 3 or 4 viewed from above or below), preferably at least in sections, in a straight line and optionally in sections in an arcuate manner. A shape of a (regular) polygon, a hexagon, a rectangle or a square is preferred (cf., for example, US Pat 1 and 5 ).
  • Hexagons (preferably regular), rectangles, squares and possibly equilateral triangles are suitable as a basic form of the substrate 220 or of the LED light source 20 , By means of such forms, a region, apart from the edges of the region, which are in principle arbitrarily shaped, is essentially without gaps between the individual substrates 220 or LED bulbs 20 pavable or parquetable. It is of course possible to have a substrate 220 or an LED light source 20 at least in sections arcuate and, if appropriate, form sections in a straight line. Again, the shape of an oval, an ellipse or a circle (cf. 5 and 6 ), z. For a spotlight, for example.
  • The passage recess 112 of the first area 110 is smaller than the through-hole in at least one diameter dimension 122 of the second area 120 ausgebbildet. This preferably relates to all diameter dimensions of the through-hole 112 of the first area 110 , This forms on the first area 110 inside in / on the light-emitting diode holder 10 (see. 3 ) an edge 114 or retaining edge 114 at the passage recess 122 off, which is for a stop of the LED bulb 20 on / on the mounting surface 30 responsible for.
  • The ranges are preferred 110 . 120 and / or the passage recesses 112 . 122 of the LED holder 10 coaxially arranged, the areas 110 . 120 and / or the passage recesses 112 . 122 in an end view, preferably at least one axis of symmetry in common. In particular, the areas have 110 . 120 and / or the passage recesses 112 . 122 two or four symmetry axes in a front view in common. It is of course possible to do the areas 110 . 120 and / or the passage recesses 112 . 122 offset to each other to arrange. The substrate 220 of the LED bulb 20 can as a circuit board 220 or circuit board 220 z. B. be formed with a ceramic or a metal core.
  • An electrical contact of the LED bulb 20 can z. B. be done as follows. For this contacting, the LED illuminant 20 on his substrate 220 , preferably on the side on which also its light emitting diode 210 is provided, an electrical contact 230 (see the 1 and 5 ) on. The electrical contact 230 For example, it may be formed as a pad, a solder pad, a solder point, etc. The electrical contact 230 of the LED bulb 20 is inside the light-emitting diode holder 10 from the light-emitting diode holder 10 or a stranded wire 410 an electrical line 40 or an electrical cable 40 electrically contactable.
  • For this purpose, the light-emitting diode holder 10 in a corner section preferably inside the first area 110 a flat electrical contact 130 , in particular a soldering point 130 , a solder pad 130 or a pad 130 on. At this electrical contact 130 is the strand 410 the electric wire 40 fixable, especially solderable. The second electrical contact 130 is preferably provided analogously to a second corner section arranged diagonally to the first corner section (cf. 1 ). Instead of a relevant electrical contact 130 can also only the electrical line 40 be provided.
  • When mounting the LED bulb 20 on / on the mounting surface 30 by means of the light-emitting diode holder 10 , the preferred two strands touch 210 (see. 1 . 5 and 6 ) of the light-emitting diode holder 10 or a solder located there, the electrical contacts 230 of the LED bulb 20 , which makes the LED bulb 20 is electrically connected. By an appropriate pressure, which also for the assembly of the LED light source 20 on / on the mounting surface 30 is necessary, can be an electrical transition resistance between the electrical contacts 230 and the strands 410 out.
  • The first area 110 and / or the second area 120 can be a recess 124 or an implementation 124 for the electrical line 40 exhibit. The recess 124 or implementation 124 allows the line 40 also in an interior of the light-emitting diode holder 10 provide, where possibly the strand 410 the line 40 at the electrical contact 130 is provided. Preference is given to the line 40 laterally (cf. 1 . 4 . 5 and 6 ). It is also possible, the line 40 additionally or alternatively supplied from below or above.
  • It is of course possible the LED bulbs 20 otherwise to contact electrically. For this purpose, z. B. inside the light-emitting diode holder 10 electrical contact springs providable, which optionally via a conductor on / in the light-emitting diode holder 10 and / or an electrical line on / in the light-emitting diode holder 10 can be supplied with electrical voltage. Furthermore, instead of z. B. pads 130 on / in the light-emitting diode holder 10 massive, possibly deformable electrical contacts are provided which z. B. together with a corresponding positioning of a fastening device (see below) of the light-emitting diode holder 10 the electrical contact of the LED bulb 20 allows.
  • The light-emitting diode holder 10 has a fastening device 150 for attaching the light-emitting diode holder 10 on / on the mounting surface 30 on. The fastening device is preferred 150 as a through-hole 150 , z. B. as a hole 150 or a hole 150 educated. Here, the through-hole 150 drilled (hole 150 ) or z. B. during lamination (hole 150 ) are introduced. Furthermore, a fastening device 150 as a latching hook or as a clip on the light-emitting diode holder 10 be provided or trained.
  • The light-emitting diode holder 10 is by means of or via its fastening device 150 with the mounting surface 30 firmly connectable. Is the fastening device 150 a through-hole 150 so is the fastener 150 prefers a screw 150 (see. 1 . 2 . 5 , and 6 ). Instead of the fastening device 150 and Z. B. the screw 150 can also be a clip or a clip the light-emitting diode holder 10 on the mounting surface 30 mechanically fasten.
  • Furthermore, the fastening device 150 of the LED holder 10 as a latch for another fastener 50 be educated. This locking device is z. B. a locking shoulder or a latching hook, wherein the fastening means 50 can be designed as a latching hook or a clip with a complementary latching shoulder. Here, the locking device z. B. a locking device of the mounting surface 30 be that on the mounting surface 30 is provided or designed.
  • It is an electrically insulating laminated or laminatable material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate or a printed circuit board material, for the light-emitting diode holder 10 applied. Some of the laminated layers of the light-emitting diode holder 10 have recesses or passage recesses on at least one partial surface. In this case, it is preferred to guarantee circular recesses in sections (passage recess 112 in the first area 110 ) an exit of the light, which from the light emitting diode 210 of the LED bulb 20 comes. Further preferably sectionally angular recesses (passage recess 122 in the second area 120 ) take the substrate 220 of the LED bulb 20 on and hold the LED bulb 20 ,
  • On the directly above the substrate 220 (without LED 210 ) lying partial surfaces of the light-emitting diode holder 10 can the electrical contacts 130 z. B. by means of solder points 130 be realized. The attachment of the light-emitting diode holder 10 preferably by means of screws 50 and suitable holes 150 in the light-emitting diode holder 10 , - Important is sufficient rigidity of the laminate material of the light-emitting diode holder 10 to the necessary holding and / or pressing forces of the light-emitting diode holder 10 to be able to raise. The angular recess 122 has in the laminated layers of the light-emitting diode holder 10 a slightly smaller depth than a thickness of the substrate 220 of the LED bulb 20 , so by a when attaching the light-emitting diode holder 10 resulting mechanical force a good thermal contact with the mounting surface 30 arises.
  • The manufacture of printed circuit boards or printed circuit boards is a highly standardized method, which in a comparison, for. B. with an injection molding process, extremely low cost both low and high volumes can be realized. A lamination of several layers with recesses, holes, etc. in individual layers of the light-emitting diode holder 10 is possible by default and is z. B. used for producing multi-layer boards. Thus, the light-emitting diode holder 10 be produced significantly cheaper compared to a plastic part. Here you can get soldering pads 130 for electrical contacting or for fixing strands 410 easily realize.
  • Also, a loading with a plug or a socket, z. B. in the SMD method (SMD: surface-mounted device, surface mounted device), or other mechanical, electrical, electronic and / or optical component, eg. B. for light control, emergency shutdown in case of overheating o. Ä., Is possible. This can be in recesses of the light-emitting diode holder 10 sunk. For the manufacture of the light-emitting diode holder 10 In essence, all standard methods for the inter-layer connection of printed conductors can be used, as a result of which also complex circuits on / in the light-emitting diode holder 10 are feasible. Possible circuits are z. As a thermal fuse, but also a complex circuit such as a DC-DC converter (DC: direct current, DC) to supply with z. B. 24 V DC and conversion to constant current, is relatively easy to implement.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
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    LED lamp, light
     2
    LED lighting device
    10
     LEDs Holder
    20
     LED bulbs
    30
    Montageuntergrund, heat sink or body which is thermally conductively connected to a heat sink, z. B. section of the LED lamp 1
    40
     electric cable, cable
    50
     Fastening means, in particular screw, clip, clamp, locking device
    110
    first area of the light-emitting diode holder 10
    112
     through recess
    114
    Edge at the passage recess 122
    120
    second area of the light-emitting diode holder 10
    122
     through recess
    124
    Recess, passage for the electrical line 40
    130
     electrical contact, soldering point, (solder) pad
    150
    Mounting device of the LED holder 10
    210
     LED, LED, chip
    220
     substratum
    230
    electrical contact of the LED light source 20
    410
    Litz of the electric wire 40
    420
    Insulation of the electric wire 40

Claims (17)

  1. Light-emitting diode holder, in particular chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), for a LED lamp ( 1 ) or light ( 1 ), characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) comprises an electrically insulating laminated material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate.
  2. Light-emitting diode holder according to the preceding claim, characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) at least two areas ( 110 . 120 ) and the two areas ( 110 . 120 ) are designed such that the first area ( 110 ) keeping a light-emitting diode ( 210 ) of an LED light source ( 20 ) and the second area ( 120 ) fixing a substrate ( 220 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) serves.
  3. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the two regions ( 110 . 120 ) are arranged one above the other, wherein the first area ( 110 ) a passage recess ( 112 ) for a passage of one of the light emitting diode ( 210 ) and / or the second region ( 120 ) a passage recess ( 122 ) for picking up the substrate ( 220 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) having.
  4. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the passage recess ( 112 ) of the first area ( 110 ) and the passage recess ( 122 ) of the second area ( 120 ) through the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) completely passing through passage recess ( 112 . 122 ) in which the LED illuminant ( 20 ) is recordable in sections.
  5. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the passage recess ( 112 ) of the first area ( 110 ) is formed such that an outer boundary of the light emitting diode ( 210 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) is substantially form-fitting surrounding.
  6. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the passage recess ( 122 ) of the second area ( 120 ) is formed such that therein the substrate ( 220 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) is positively accommodated, wherein the second area ( 120 ) is preferably designed in such a way that when in the through-passage ( 122 ) received substrate ( 220 ), the substrate ( 220 ) away from the first area ( 110 ) from the second area ( 120 protruding).
  7. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) an electrical contact ( 130 ) or an attachment for an electrical line ( 40 ), by means of which or which an electrical contact ( 230 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) is electrically contactable.
  8. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the first region ( 110 ) located inside the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) an electrical contact ( 130 ) or a stranded wire ( 410 ) an electrical line ( 40 ), which or which of an electrical contact ( 230 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) is electrically contactable
  9. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is formed as a circuit board with a conductor track, wherein the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) preferably comprises a mechanical, an electrical, an electronic and / or an optical component.
  10. Light-emitting diode holder according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that: • the first region ( 110 ) and the second area ( 120 ) are formed of laminated layers, • the two areas ( 110 . 120 ) are arranged substantially coaxially one above the other, • the passage openings ( 112 . 122 ) of the first ( 110 ) and the second area ( 120 ) are arranged coaxially to each other, • the electrical contact ( 130 ) as a plumb line ( 130 ) or a pad ( 130 ) is formed, and / or • the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), in particular the second area ( 120 ) an encoding for the LED illuminant ( 20 ) having.
  11. Method for producing a light-emitting diode holder, in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), for an LED lamp or luminaire, characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is formed from an electrically insulating, laminated or laminatable material, in particular a printed circuit board laminate.
  12. Manufacturing method according to claim 11, characterized in that for the or in the manufacturing process, an electrical conductor on / in the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) or an area ( 110 . 120 ) of the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is provided or formed, wherein preferably a method for inter-layer connection is applied.
  13. Manufacturing method according to one of claims 11 or 12, characterized in that at least two regions ( 110 . 120 ) the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) formed of the laminated or laminatable material, in particular the printed circuit board laminate, wherein the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is preferably formed according to one of claims 1 to 10.
  14. Method for mounting an LED lighting device for an LED lamp or luminaire, wherein an LED illuminant ( 20 ) by means of a light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), in particular a chip-on-board light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), on a mounting surface ( 30 ), characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) two superimposed areas ( 110 . 120 ) by means of which a substrate ( 220 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) on the mounting surface ( 30 ), wherein the substrate ( 220 ) away from the first area ( 110 ) from the second area ( 120 protruding).
  15. Assembly method according to claim 14, characterized in that by the first Area ( 110 ) and by means of a passage recess ( 112 ) in the first area ( 110 ) of the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), a light emitting diode ( 210 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) and / or through the second area ( 120 ) of the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) and by means of a retaining edge ( 124 ) of the first area ( 110 ) the substrate ( 220 ) of the LED illuminant ( 20 ) on the mounting surface ( 30 ) is attached.
  16. Assembly method according to one of claims 14 or 15, characterized in that: • the substrate ( 220 ) is regularly polygonal, hexagonal, rectangular or square, • the LED illuminant ( 20 ) an encoding for the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ), in particular its second area ( 120 ), the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is designed according to one of claims 1 to 10, and / or • the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) is set forth according to one of claims 11 to 13.
  17. LED lamp or luminaire for lighting, with at least one light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) for at least one light emitting diode ( 20 ), characterized in that the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) of the LED lamp or luminaire is designed according to one of claims 1 to 10, the light-emitting diode holder ( 10 ) of the LED lamp or luminaire is produced according to one of claims 11 to 13, and / or the LED lamp or luminaire an LED lighting device ( 2 ), which is mounted according to one of claims 14 to 16.
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