HU181812B - Energy economic lamp unit - Google Patents

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HU181812B
HU181812B HU206081A HU206081A HU181812B HU 181812 B HU181812 B HU 181812B HU 206081 A HU206081 A HU 206081A HU 206081 A HU206081 A HU 206081A HU 181812 B HU181812 B HU 181812B
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high
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lamp unit
frequency ballast
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Bela Kerekes
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Egyesuelt Izzolampa
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Priority claimed from AU79368/82A external-priority patent/AU7936882A/en
Publication of HU181812B publication Critical patent/HU181812B/en

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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01JELECTRIC DISCHARGE TUBES OR DISCHARGE LAMPS
    • H01J61/00Gas- or vapour-discharge lamps
    • H01J61/02Details
    • H01J61/56One or more circuit elements structurally associated with the lamp

Abstract

The invention relates to an energy-saving lamp unit which has a gas discharge tube located in a lamp bulb, a high-frequency ballast attached to the neck of the lamp bulb and a lamp socket adjoining thereto. On the one hand, the invention solves the simple attachment of the high-frequency ballast to a bulb of conventional construction and design with the aid of a molded piece, which is fastened with adhesive to the neck of the lamp bulb and is connected to the high-frequency ballast with a detachable or non-detachable connection. On the other hand, the invention solves the arrangement of the energy storage filter capacitor of the high-frequency ballast in such a way that it extends into the lamp base cavity and expediently occupies at least its half.

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United Incandescent and Electricity Co., Budapest

Energy saving lamp unit

The present invention relates to an energy-saving lamp unit having a discharge tube disposed in a lamp housing, a high-frequency ballast mounted on the neck of the lamp envelope and a associated lamp head.

For replacing the incandescent lamps with a relatively poor efficiency, there are known lamp units comprising at least one high pressure discharge tube and a ballast for the operation of the discharge tube in some way also attached to the discharge tube. The ballast 10 is provided with a well-known screw head head of the incandescent lamps, so that this compact lamp unit can be screwed into the bulb socket without any particular skill. Such a lamp unit is commonly referred to as an energy-saving lamp unit, since, for example, a high-pressure discharge lamp consumes about a third to a quarter of an output of the same light as an incandescent lamp. One problem with energy-saving lamp units is fixing the ballast to the lamp shield. The heating gluing used to fill the bulb 20 is not possible here because the semiconductor components of the ballast are damaged by heat. It is known that the discharge tube electrodes are connected to the current transfer pins protruding from the lamp shell and inserted into the spring-mounted contact pins. The disadvantage of this construction is that the soldering of the lamp envelope is carried out by a more expensive method rather than a reliable and inexpensive glass technology commonly used in the production of incandescent lamps.

Another problem with energy-saving lamp units is the replacement of electronic ballast components. One of the main requirements is that the ballast should be as small as possible, that is, the lamp unit in a geometric size should not be very wade from the filament lamp for which it is intended to be replaced. To achieve this goal, the 50-60 Hz mains current is transformed into a high-frequency current, so that the current limiting throttle of the discharge tube may have a smaller geometric size, since a lower self-induction value is required to achieve the same impedance as the frequency increases. The high-frequency generator of such a high-frequency ballast is preferably electronic, which has to be fed by rectifiers from the network. This rectifier unit always includes an energy storage filter capacitor, which is one of the largest geometric size components of the high frequency ballast, and thus the placement is problematic.

It is an object of the invention to provide a high frequency ballast for the incandescent lamp body of conventional design and construction, also retaining its flexible current conductors.

The other objective is the appropriate placement of the energy storage filter capacitor, whereby the total length of the energy saving lamp unit does not increase at all or only insignificantly, and the conventional soldering technology can be maintained.

According to the invention, the first object is solved with an intermediate piece of piece, which is bonded to the neck of the lamp shade, on the one hand, and the mounting plate carrying the high-frequency ballast electron components is connected to the piece by dissolving or insoluble.

According to the invention, the second objective is achieved by using the lamp head cavity of the energy saving lamp unit for the high frequency ballast energy storage filter capacitor. Accordingly, the invention relates to an energy saving lamp unit having a discharge tube in a lamp housing, a high frequency ballast mounted on the neck of the lamp shade, and a lamp head associated therewith, and also includes a piece of piece 15 which is bonded to the neck of the lamp shade by means of an adhesive, preferably a heat-bonding adhesive. on the other hand, it is linked to a high frequency ballast mounting plate by a soluble or insoluble bond. It is to be noted that the neck of the lamp bulb also includes the skirt of a glass stand known from the production of incandescent lamps.

The soluble or insoluble bond may be a wide variety of material depending on the material and design of the piece and mounting plate, preferably screws, rivets, or soldering, or spot welding or gluing.

The invention on the other hand energy saving lamp unit having at lamp vessel discharge and duct 30 fixed to the lamp vessel neck of high frequency ballasts and associated lamp base and the high frequency ballast energy storage szűrőkondenzátora extends into the cap cavity.

The energy storage filter capacitor preferably occupies at least a portion of the cavity 35 of the lamp head.

Lámpaegységnél energy saving according to the invention partly could help solve the interstitial shaped part 40 of the high frequency ballast simple fastening of the conventional izzólámpabúrához, on the other hand the energy storage - affixing to filter capacitor lamp base to reduce the lamp size become possible.

One exemplary embodiment of the energy saving lamp unit 45 according to the invention shown in Figure 1, which is arranged in the lamp vessel 1 to the arc tube 5 mounted on the two glass stand holders 3 and 4. The electronic components are located on the mounting plate 11 of the high frequency ballast 8 and the flap 17 is provided for carrying the throttle. The piece 7 is bonded to the neck portion of lamp lamp 1 by adhesive 6. The piece 7 is preferably provided with two threaded holes for fastening the mounting plate 11 with screws 10. All mounting plate spacing is provided by 9 spacers. The energy storage filter capacitor 12 is located on the lamp head side 13 of the mounting plate 13, which fills the cavity of the lamp head in eight to nine tenths. The high frequency ballast 8 is provided by the casing, the flap body 17 and the lamp head 13 on which the power supply wires 15 and 16 are fastened.

Claims (6)

  1. Claims:
    1. An energy-saving lamp unit having a discharge tube disposed in a lamp housing, a high-frequency ballast mounted on the neck of the lamp envelope, and a associated lamp head, further comprising a piece of body (7) fixed with adhesive to the neck portion of the lamp body (1), and the body piece (7). ) is attached to the mounting plate (11) of the high frequency ballast (8) by a soluble or insoluble bond.
  2. An embodiment of the energy saving lamp unit according to claim 1, characterized in that the adhesive is thermally bonded.
  3. An embodiment of the energy saving lamp unit according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the soluble bond is provided by a screw (10).
  4. An embodiment of the energy saving lamp unit according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the insoluble bond is provided by a rivet, or by soldering, or by spot welding or gluing.
  5. An energy-saving lamp unit having a discharge tube in the lamp housing, a high-frequency ballast mounted on the neck of the lamp envelope, and a associated lamp head, characterized in that the energy storage filter filter (12) of the high-frequency ballast (8) extends into the cavity of the lamp head (13).
  6. An energy saving lamp unit according to claim 5, characterized in that the energy storage filter capacitor (12) occupies at least a portion of the cavity of the lamp head (13).
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HU206081A HU181812B (en) 1981-07-14 1981-07-14 Energy economic lamp unit
AU79368/82A AU7936882A (en) 1981-07-14 1981-12-23 Low consumption lamp
EP19820900126 EP0083339A4 (en) 1981-07-14 1981-12-23 Low comsumption lamp.
PCT/HU1981/000048 WO1983000259A1 (en) 1981-07-14 1981-12-23 Low consumption lamp
DD23722582A DD202216A5 (en) 1981-07-14 1982-02-05 Energy saving lamp unit
IT1959282A IT1210853B (en) 1981-07-14 1982-02-10 Unita 'to energy saving light bulb.
ES509873A ES509873A0 (en) 1981-07-14 1982-02-24 "IMPROVEMENTS a lamp unit aorradora energy".
CS127982A CS238376B2 (en) 1981-07-14 1982-02-24 Low input light source containing gas high-pressure sodium vapour lamp
BR8201568A BR8201568A (en) 1981-07-14 1982-03-22 Unit energy saving lamp
DK103283A DK103283A (en) 1981-07-14 1983-02-28 Energy saving lamp unit
SU833560649A SU1170981A3 (en) 1981-07-14 1983-03-04 Electric lamp

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CS (1) CS238376B2 (en)
DD (1) DD202216A5 (en)
DK (1) DK103283A (en)
ES (1) ES509873A0 (en)
HU (1) HU181812B (en)
IT (1) IT1210853B (en)
SU (1) SU1170981A3 (en)
WO (1) WO1983000259A1 (en)

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ES509873A0 (en) 1983-06-16
IT1210853B (en) 1989-09-29
IT8219592D0 (en) 1982-02-10
DK103283D0 (en) 1983-02-28
SU1170981A3 (en) 1985-07-30
WO1983000259A1 (en) 1983-01-20
ES8308448A1 (en) 1983-06-16
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