EP1365370A1 - A covering and mounting means for motion detector - Google Patents

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EP1365370A1
EP1365370A1 EP02253625A EP02253625A EP1365370A1 EP 1365370 A1 EP1365370 A1 EP 1365370A1 EP 02253625 A EP02253625 A EP 02253625A EP 02253625 A EP02253625 A EP 02253625A EP 1365370 A1 EP1365370 A1 EP 1365370A1
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Abstract

Accordingly to the teaching of the invention, a covering and mounting means (10) for mounting electronic adjustment controls (11), light emitting diodes (LEDs) (12) and at least one motion detector lens (14, 13), can either be cylindrical or non-cylindrical in shape. In both cases, the mounting means can be disposed in pendant or standing-post arrangement. Furthermore, the mounting means can either be of telescopic or single body design.
In the case of a single body design, an exterior covering means (4) is used. The product features carried thereon the mounting means can then be selectively concealed.
A preferred embodiment of a telescopic cylindrical covering and mounting means (10a) in pendant arrangement is elaborated. Particularly, one downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13) and a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) are employed. This embodiment can be ceiling-mounted or wall-mounted.

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    TECHNICAL FIELD
  • The invention relates generally to a covering and mounting means for motion detector, light emitting diodes (LEDs) and electronic adjustment controls, connected to devices. It relates, in particular, to two motion detector lenses mounted on the covering and mounting means disposed in pendant arrangement, and other embodiments and improvement features.
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • A motion sensor is typically mounted on wall, eaves, ceiling or post locations. The sensor includes electronic adjustment controls, which allow variable settings to adjust the electronic and/or optical performance of the product. Also included are light emitting diode (LED) indicators, which indicate the electronic status of the product. Additionally, physical masking of the passive infra-red (PIR) lens is included. This limits the detection area covered by the sensor. Furthermore, detection directional control is commonly controlled, by aiming the sensor in the appropriate general direction. Such directional adjustment is being achieved via mechanical joints.
  • The motion detector is electrically connected to devices such as security lighting, audio alarms, and the like, which can be bodily incorporated to the motion detector or separately as a stand-alone unit.
  • One prior art combined motion detector and security lighting device comprises typically a mounting plate equipped with at least a motion detector and at least one security lighting. The United States Patent No. Des. 424,727 discloses an ornamental design for a combined motion detector and security lighting device. Two spotlights are disposed above a motion detector.
  • The prior art device can include electronic adjustment controls which allow variable settings to adjust the electronic or optical performance of the device. These electronic adjustment controls are often covered to enhance the appearance of the device and to avoid exposure to environmental influence. These covers conventionally are separate plastic pieces which can easily drop off, get damaged or lost during installation, or during subsequent operation.
  • The device can further include LED indicators which indicate the electronic status of the device. When light emitting diodes (LEDs) are employed, they are commonly on permanent display. However in certain applications, it is preferable to conceal them from sight.
  • A PIR motion detector lens is employed to focus infra-red energy onto an internal sensor mechanism. Physical masking of the motion detector lens is often required to limit or regulate the detection area by partially covering the lens. Invariably this is achieved via the use of plastic parts, whilst this solution may work, the masking material can easily be dropped, damaged or lost. In many cases, the replacement process is time consuming and sometimes difficult assembly method is involved.
  • Directional control of detection commonly requires existing sensors to be angled downward toward likely direction of motion activation. This results in a compromise of the detection efficiency, as the detection pattern lifts from the ground at the outer fringes (left and right) of the detection area.
  • An objective of the present invention is to provide a robust, integrated and easy-to-use covering and mounting means whereby the electronic adjustment controls, LED display, and motion detector lens, or part thereof, can be concealed selectively.
  • Another objective of the invention is to provide a covering and mounting means with enhanced detection capability.
  • Yet, another objective of the invention is to provide a covering and mounting means of an integrated aesthetic appearance, when compared with conventional design configurations.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • Accordingly, the invention provides certain improvement features to a prior art motion detector, particularly its covering and mounting means.
  • The fundamental improvement feature is to adopt a telescopic design for the covering and mounting means, where no separate covering means is required.
  • One improvement feature is to incorporate two motion detector lenses on a covering and mounting means disposed in pendant arrangement, where one lens is downwardly viewing and the other lens is laterally viewing.
  • Another improvement feature is to allow the motion detector lenses to be utilised in a pendant arrangement, whereby the sensor body is always able to hang vertically down from ceiling or wall installations.
  • Yet, another improvement feature is to incorporate one motion detector lens on a covering and mounting means in a standing post arrangement, where the lens is laterally viewing.
  • Still another improvement is that the product features can be selectively concealed by a covering means when the telescopic design is not employed.
  • According to the teaching of the invention, the covering and mounting means can either be of telescopic or single body design. Furthermore, the covering and mounting means can be disposed in pendant or standing post arrangement. In pendant arrangement, two motion detector lenses are employed, one is downwardly viewing and the other laterally viewing.
  • Particularly in the case of a telescopic design disposed in pendant arrangement, the covering and mounting means further comprises an inner tube or channel, an outer tube or channel and an intermediate tube or channel. The inner tube or channel carries a downwardly viewing first motion detector lens, and a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens above the first motion detector lens. The inner tube or channel also carries LEDs and electronic adjustment controls. The outer tube or channel serves to receive said intermediate and inner tubes or channels.
  • In the case of a telescopic design disposed in standing post arrangement, only one laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens is provided on the covering and mounting means.
  • Next, in the case of a single body design disposed in pendant arrangement, an exterior covering means is employed to selectively conceal the product features. The shape of exterior covering means must match and fit the shape of the mounting means, and can be of circular, or non-circular shapes.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION
  • The invention will be described further, by way of three embodiments, with reference to the following drawings, in which:
  • Figure 1 shows a front view of a first preferred embodiment of the invention, depicting a telescopic cylindrical covering and mounting means in pendant arrangement, with electronic adjustment controls, LEDs, a second PIR motion detector lens and a first motion detector lens, in a fully extended position.
  • Figure 2a shows a cross-section view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 1.
  • Figure 2b shows an enlarged view of the area marked "A" in Figure 2a.
  • Figure 3 shows a front view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 1, with the LEDs and the second PIR motion detector lens fully visible.
  • Figure 4 shows a front view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 1, with the second PIR motion detector lens fully visible.
  • Figure 5 shows a front view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 1, with the second PIR motion detector lens partly visible.
  • Figure 6 shows a cross-section view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 5.
  • Figure 7 shows a front view of the embodiment as shown in Figure 1, with the electronic adjustment controls, the LEDs and the second PIR motion detector lens in a concealed position.
  • Figure 8 shows a side view of the first embodiment shown in Figure 1 being wall-mounted in a pendant arrangement.
  • Figure 9 shows a side view of the first embodiment shown in Figure 1 being ceiling-mounted in a pendant arrangement.
  • Figure 10a shows a front view of a second preferred embodiment of the invention, depicting a single body cylindrical covering and mounting means in pendant arrangement, with electronic adjustment controls, LEDs, and second PIR motion detector lens being selectively masked by an exterior covering means.
  • Figure 10b shows a top view of the embodiment shown in Figure 10a.
  • Figure 11 shows a perspective view of the embodiment shown in Figure 10a.
  • Figure 12 shows a front view of a third preferred embodiment of the invention, depicting a telescopic cylindrical covering and mounting means in standing post arrangement, with electronic adjustment controls, LEDs and second PIR motion detector lens in a fully extended position.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION
  • For clarity, alphabets "a" , "b" and "c" are used to differentiate the three embodiments. For the sake of explanation, a first embodiment of the invention is elaborated in the form of a cylindrical telescopic covering and mounting means (10a) disposed in a pendant arrangement. The covering and mounting means (10a) is either wall-mounted or ceiling-mounted as shown in Figures 8 and 9, respectively.
  • Referring first to Figures 1 and 2a, a cylindrical telescopic covering and mounting means (10a) is shown in its fully extended position. Electronic adjustment controls (11), LEDs (12), a second PIR motion detector lens (14) and a first motion detector lens (13) are carried on the covering and mounting means (10a). The first motion detector lens (13) is downwardly viewing and provides a limited motion detection. The second PIR motion detector lens (14) is laterally viewing and provides wider motion detection.
  • The covering and mounting means (10a) comprises an inner tube (1), an intermediate tube (2) and an outer tube (3), and the three tubes (1, 2, 3) are telescopically assembled. The inner tube (1) carries the downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13), and the laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) above the first motion detector lens (13). The inner tube (1) also carries the LEDs (12) and the electronic adjustment controls (11), with the electronic adjustment controls (11) placed above the LEDs (12). The outer tube (3) and said intermediate tube (2) serve to receive said inner tube (1).
  • A sensor bottom cover (15), to which the electronic adjustment controls (11), the LEDs (12) and the second PIR motion detector lens (14) are bodily connected, is allowed to move up and down, but limited by the position of the intermediate tube (2) and the outer tube (3). These tubes ( 2, 3) are attached together, with the assistance of mechanical means such as clips, to create an enclosure in which the inner tube (1) is able to move. The tubes (2, 3) are also the interface tubes, whereby these designs are adapted to provide the mechanical interface with the device to which the sensor is being applied.
  • Now referring to Figures 2a, 2b and 6, a sensor top cover (18) is jammed or secured with a suitable mechanical means between the intermediate and inner tubes (2, 1). A horizontal protrusion (181) is provided around the internal circumference of the sensor top cover (18). A plurality of grooves (151) is provided throughout the length of the inner tube (1) at pre-determined interval on its external circumference. The horizontal protrusion (181) engages appropriate groove (151) on the up and down movement of the inner tube (1) at each adjustment position.
  • An O-ring (17), disposed in a pre-determined groove (152) on the sensor bottom cover (15), provides sufficient interface with intermediate tube (2), in order to achieve the necessary seal against water ingression.
  • In addition to the upward or downward adjustment, a side to side or pan adjustment is also provided by an axial rotation created between the outer tube (3) and the sensor top cover (18). This is being achieved by means of a vertical protrusion (31) inside the outer tube (3) and an interfacing boss on the sensor top cover (18).
  • The electronic adjustment controls (11), the LEDs (12) and the laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) are progressively and selectively concealed by adjacent tube (2, 3), when retracting the inner tube (1) into the intermediate and outer tubes (2, 3).
  • As shown in Figure 3, the inner tube (1) is partially retracted. The LEDs (12), the full second PIR motion detector lens (14), and the downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13) are visible. As shown in Figure 4, the inner tube (1) is further retracted. The full second PIR motion detector lens (14) and the first motion detector lens (13) are visible. As shown in Figures 5 and 6, the inner tube (1) is further retracted. Only part of the second PIR motion detector lens (14) and the full first motion detector lens (13) are visible. As shown in Figure 7, the inner tube (1) is completely retracted. The electronic adjustment controls (11), the LEDs (12) and the second PIR motion detector lens (14) are now concealed. Only the first motion detector lens (13) is visible.
  • The covering and mounting means (10a) can be mounted on a wall or on a ceiling. A wall-mounted and a ceiling-mounted covering and mounting means (10a) are as shown in Figures 8 and 9, respectively.
  • The intention of the present invention is not restricted to the first embodiment illustrated and described above. Other embodiments, modifications and alterations can be made within the scope of the invention defined in the appended claims.
  • A second embodiment is a single body cylindrical covering and mounting means (10b), as shown in Figures 10a, 10b and 11. Since the covering and mounting means (10b) is not telescopic, an exterior covering means (4) is therefore employed to mask selectively the product features carried thereon. It is important to note that the shape of the exterior covering means (4) must match and fit the shape of the mounting means. Again, the second preferred embodiment can be disposed in a pendant or standing post arrangement. In the case of pendant arrangement, it is advantageous to include a downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13) and a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) for motion detection, according to the teaching of the invention. In the case of standing post arrangement, only a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) is employed.
  • A third preferred embodiment of the invention depicts a telescopic cylindrical covering and mounting means (10c) disposed in a standing post arrangement, with electronic adjustment controls (11), LEDs (12) and second PIR motion detector lens (14), in a fully extended position, as shown in Figure 12. It is important to note that only one laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) is provided on the covering and mounting means.
  • In the three embodiments mentioned above, the covering and mounting means (10a, 10b, 10c) are all cylindrical in shape. It is obvious to those skilled in the arts that the covering and mounting means (10) can be constructed in a non-cylindrical shape. In that situation, non-circular channel is employed instead of tube in the telescopic design.

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  1. A covering and mounting means (10a) for electronic adjustment controls (11), light emitting diodes (LEDs) (12), at least one motion detector lens (14, 13) all for use in a motion detector device, is characterized in which the mounting means comprises an inner tube (1) or channel, an intermediate tube (2) or channel and an outer tube (3) or channel, all three tubes (1, 2, 3) being telescopically assembled.
  2. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10a) as in Claim 1 in which the covering and mounting means (10a) is disposed in a pendant arrangement, whereas the inner tube (1) or channel carries a downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13), and a laterally viewing second passive infra-red (PIR) motion detector lens (14) above the first motion detector lens (13); the inner tube (1) or channel also carries the LEDs (12) and the electronic adjustment controls (11) which are placed above the LEDs (12); and the outer tube (3) or channel serving to receive said intermediate and inner tubes (2, 1) or channels.
  3. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10a) as in Claim 1 or 2 in which the body of the mounting means is always able to hang vertically down, whether ceiling-mounted or wall-mounted.
  4. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10a) as in Claim 1 or 2 in which the electronic adjustment controls (11), the LEDs (12) and the laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14) are progressively and selectively concealed by adjacent tube or channel, when retracting the inner tube (1) or channel into the intermediate and outer tubes (2, 3) or channels.
  5. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10c) as in Claim 1 in which the covering and mounting means (10c) is disposed in a standing post arrangement, whereas the inner tube (1) or channel carries a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14), LEDs (12) and electronic adjustment controls (11).
  6. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10a, 10c) as in Claim 1 in which the covering and mounting means (10a, 10c) is cylindrical in shape.
  7. A telescopic covering and mounting means (10a, 10c) as in Claim 1 in which the covering and mounting means (10a, 10c) is non-cylindrical in shape.
  8. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for electronic adjustment controls (11), LEDs (12), at least one motion detector lens (14, 13), all for use in a motion detector device, is characterized in which
    the mounting means is a single body design, carrying at least one motion detector lens (14, 13), LEDs (12) and electronic adjustment controls (11); whereas
    an exterior covering means (4) is employed to mask selectively the electronic adjustment controls (11), the LEDs (12), and the motion detector lens (14).
  9. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for use in motion detector device as in Claim 8 in which the shape of the exterior covering means (4) must match and fit the shape of the mounting means.
  10. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for use in a motion detector device as in Claim 8 in which the mounting means is disposed in a pendant arrangement, and the mounting means carries a downwardly viewing first motion detector lens (13) and a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14).
  11. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for use in a motion detector device as in Claim 8 in which the mounting means is disposed in a standing post arrangement, whereas the mounting means carries a laterally viewing second PIR motion detector lens (14).
  12. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for use in motion detector device as in Claim 8 in which the mounting means is cylindrical in shape.
  13. A non-telescopic covering and mounting means (10b) for use in motion detector device as in Claim 8 in which the mounting means is non-cylindrical in shape.
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