JP2002166778A - Ice/snow accretion melting device for floodlight, automobile floodlight having ice/snow accretion melting device, and automobile having floodlight provided with ice/snow accretion melting device - Google Patents

Ice/snow accretion melting device for floodlight, automobile floodlight having ice/snow accretion melting device, and automobile having floodlight provided with ice/snow accretion melting device

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JP2002166778A
JP2002166778A JP2000366502A JP2000366502A JP2002166778A JP 2002166778 A JP2002166778 A JP 2002166778A JP 2000366502 A JP2000366502 A JP 2000366502A JP 2000366502 A JP2000366502 A JP 2000366502A JP 2002166778 A JP2002166778 A JP 2002166778A
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Yoshiaki Nakamura
喜昭 中村
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Kato Works Co Ltd
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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
    • F21S45/00Arrangements within vehicle lighting devices specially adapted for vehicle exteriors, for purposes other than emission or distribution of light
    • F21S45/60Heating of lighting devices, e.g. for demisting

Abstract

(57) [Summary] [Problem] During rainfall, fog, and snowfall at extremely low temperatures, when driving in a car using a xenon lamp as a vehicle lighting, rain, fog, and snow adhering to the front of the light transmitting cover freeze. The lighting effect is drastically reduced. The present invention melts these icing, and the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for lighting can recover the lighting effect,
Provided are an automobile lighting lamp with an attached ice and snow melting device and an automobile equipped with an attached ice and snow melting device. SOLUTION: The attached ice and snow melting device for a lighting lamp is a casing G and a light transmitting cover H of lighting lamps A1 and A2 for a vehicle.
The heater 1 provided inside, outside, or in the vicinity of H1, H2 melts ice and snow attached at least in front of the light-transmitting covers H1, H2.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an attached ice / snow melting device for an illumination lamp, an automobile lighting lamp with an attached ice / snow melting device, and an automobile equipped with an attached ice / snow melting device.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, wipers having a water discharging function for removing sludge adhered to a light transmitting cover in front of an automobile lighting have been developed. However, the light source of the conventional automotive lighting lamp is a halogen lamp, and the light emitted from the halogen lamp is also a heat ray, and thus has a function of melting ice and snow attached to the front of the light transmitting cover. No equipment to melt the attached ice and snow was required, and it had not been developed.

[0003]

In recent years, xenon lamps having a low heat source temperature have become widespread in place of conventional halogen lamps. When a xenon lamp having a low heat source temperature is used for an automotive lighting, measures for icing and snow accretion which have not been a problem in the past have been required. That is, when driving in a vehicle using a xenon lamp as a vehicle lighting during rainfall, fog, and snowfall at extremely low temperatures, rain, fog, and snow attached to the front (front side) of the light transmitting cover freeze and the lighting effect is reduced. The problem of drastic reduction and poor visibility has emerged. The present invention relates to an attached ice / snow melting device for lighting, an automotive lighting with an attached ice / snow melting device, and an attached ice / snow melting device capable of melting rain, fog, and snow attached to the front of the light transmitting cover and recovering the lighting effect. It is an object of the present invention to provide a vehicle equipped with an illuminated lamp.

[0004]

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, an apparatus for melting ice and snow on an illumination lamp according to the present invention comprises a casing for accommodating a light source of an automobile illumination lamp and a light transmitting cover mounted on an opening of the casing. A device that melts ice or snow adhered to the surface or melts and peels off part of the ice and snow, and at least transmits light by heat generated by a heating body provided inside, outside, or near the casing and the light transmitting cover. The present invention is characterized in that ice or snow attached to the front of the cover is melted or a part thereof is melted to be able to peel off.

[0005] The heating element may be provided at any position inside the casing, outside the casing, on the front side of the light transmitting cover, on the back side of the light transmitting cover, inside the light transmitting cover itself, or at any arbitrary position. It may be an infrared irradiation device formed of a heating wire, provided inside the casing, outside the casing, or on the front side of the light transmitting cover or on the back side of the light transmitting cover. This infrared irradiation device can be provided at an arbitrary position of the automobile, and the infrared light emitted from the infrared irradiation device can be guided by an optical fiber into a space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover.

Further, the heating element utilizes heat generated by the operation of an automobile engine, and the heat generated from the engine is surrounded by a casing and a light transmitting cover in an engine room accommodating the engine. A guide member for guiding into the space, one end of the guide member is in the engine room, and heat passing through the guide member is released into a space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover; Is a ventilation member provided with a blower,
One end of the ventilation member is opened in the engine room, and the air in the engine room heated by the heat generated by the operation of the engine is blown into the space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover through the ventilation member by the operation of the blower. You can also.

[0007] The above-mentioned attached ice / snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp is applied to an automobile lighting to be used as an automobile lighting with an attached ice / snow melting apparatus, or the attached automobile / ice melting light with an attached ice / snow melting apparatus is attached to an automobile to adhere the attached ice and snow. It is also possible to provide an automobile equipped with an illumination lamp with a device.

[0008]

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. As shown in the perspective view of the main part of FIG.
The heating element 1 is attached to a headlight (including front and rear illumination lamps, but the headlight will be described below), and the heating element 1 is wired and connected to a power supply (battery) (not shown) of the automobile.
The heat energy obtained by converting the electric energy by the heating element 1 is used to melt ice or snow adhered to the front surface of the light transmitting cover of the vehicle lighting lamp A or to melt and peel off a part thereof. That is, as shown in FIG. 4 and FIG. 5, the light transmitting cover H (H1, H2) provided at the opening of the casing G accommodating the light source Z of the automotive lighting A (A1, A2).
The ice or snow (not shown) attached in front of 2) is melted or partially melted and peeled off. In FIG. 1, the vehicle lighting lamp A is shown buried at the front end of the vehicle, but may be a lighting lamp protruding from the side plate C of the vehicle, and the mounting position of the heating element 1 at that time. Depending on the case, outside Y of casing G
2 can also melt ice and snow. B indicates a hood, and D indicates a bumper.

FIG. 2 is a plan view of a heating body 1 of the apparatus for melting ice and snow for an illumination lamp according to the present invention. As shown in this figure,
The heating body 1 is formed by meandering or bending a linear body such as a nichrome wire into an arbitrary shape. This heating element 1 is attached to the light transmitting cover H (H1, H2) with an adhesive,
When the end of the heating element 1 is connected to a power source (battery) of a vehicle and energized, the heating element 1 converts electric energy into heat energy.

As shown in the plan view of FIG. 3, a heating element 1 which is a linear body bent into a desired shape is attached to a light transmitting sheet 2. An adhesive (not shown) is applied to the light transmitting sheet 2. A release paper (not shown) is also adhered on the adhesive, the release paper is peeled off, the heating element 1 is attached on the adhesive, and then the light transmitting cover H (H
1, H2). A switch (not shown) is provided at a desired position of the wiring (a position that can be reached while driving a car).
N, can be turned off. In addition, a predetermined temperature (for example, 2) near the front surface of the light transmitting cover H (H1, H2).
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It can be linked with the switch.

As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the mounting position of the heating element 1 is set at the front sides X1, X1 of the light transmitting covers H1, H2.
1, back side X3, X13, inner surface Y1, outer surface Y2 of casing G, or inner X2, X1 of light transmitting cover H1, H2
Attach or form at any one of the two locations or any combination position. When the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 are formed of a light transmitting resin, the heating body 1 is integrally injection-molded in a state where the heating element 1 is held in a metal mold.

When the heating element 1 is mounted at the positions of the front sides X1 and X11 of the light transmitting covers H1 and H2, both ends of the heating element 1 are connected between the vehicle lighting lamp and the hood B, the side plate C and the bumper D. Insert it into the engine room through the gap and connect to the power supply. When the heating element 1 is provided in the light-transmitting covers H1 and H2, the engine is the same as above, or both ends of the heating element 1 are separated from the gap Z1 between the casing G and the base of the light source Z attached to the casing G by the engine. Plug in the room and connect to the power supply. The heating element 1 is connected to the back side X of the light transmitting covers H1 and H2.
3, X13 or when attached to the inside Y1 of the casing G, both ends of the heating element 1 are inserted into the engine room from the gap Z1 between the casing G and the base of the light source Z attached to the casing G, and connected to the power supply. I do. When the heating element 1 is attached to the outside Y2 of the casing G, both ends of the heating element 1 are directly connected to a power source. In this embodiment and in the embodiments described below, a power supply dedicated to the heating element 1 may be separately prepared.

When the heating element 1 is mounted on the front side X1, X11 of the light transmitting covers H1, H2, the light transmitting cover H
The ice and snow attached to the front sides X1, X11 of 1, H2 are directly melted. The heating element 1 is connected to the back side X3 of the light transmitting covers H1 and H2.
When attached to the position of X13, the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 are heated by the heating element 1, and the heated light transmitting covers H1 and H2 are heated.
The front sides X1, X11 of the light transmitting covers H1, H2 by H2.
The surface of ice and snow attached to the surface is melted and peeled off. When the heating element 1 is formed in the interiors X2 and X12 of the light transmitting covers H1 and H2, the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 are heated by the heating element 1 and the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 are heated by the warmed light transmitting covers H1 and H2. The attached surface of ice and snow attached to the front sides X1 and X11 is melted and peeled off.

The heating body 1 of the apparatus for melting an attached ice and snow for an illumination lamp having the heating body 1 having the above-described configuration is connected to an automobile illumination lamp A (A1, A1).
2) It is provided at a desired position, that is, inside or outside or near the casing G and the light transmitting covers H1 and H2, and when connected to a power supply and energized, electric energy is converted into heat energy by the heating element 1 and the light transmitting cover Melt ice or snow attached to the front surface of H1, H2, or melt a part of ice and snow,
1, H2 can be removed from the front.

As shown in FIG. 6 and FIG. 7, the heating element 1 may be infrared irradiation devices 3, 4, and 5. The infrared irradiating device 3 is located at an arbitrary position near a portion of the automobile to which the automobile lighting A (A1, A2) is attached. The infrared irradiation device 4 is located at an arbitrary position of the casing G in the space S2 between the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 of the vehicle illumination lamp A2. The infrared irradiating device 5 is a light transmitting cover H of the vehicle lighting A2.
1 and an arbitrary position in the space S1 surrounded by the casing G. The heating element 1 having the above-described configuration includes the infrared irradiation devices 3, 4,
5, the same effect as that of the apparatus for melting ice and snow in the above-described embodiment can be obtained.

The heating element 1 is an electric resistor shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, and is composed of a bent linear element and the infrared irradiation devices 3, 4, and 4 shown in FIGS. It is not limited to 5. As shown in FIG. 8, the light source 6 can generate a large amount of heat when lit, such as a red-hot bulb or a halogen bulb. Any heating element may be used as long as it melts ice and snow attached in front of the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 or melts and peels off part of the ice and snow by the heat energy generated by the heating element 1. .

As shown in FIG. 9, the air in the engine room, which is heated by the heat generated from the engine, is
Can be used instead of That is, the casing G and the light-transmitting cover H pass high-temperature air in the engine room through the ventilation member 7 provided with the blower 10 serving as a guide member.
The air is blown into the space S1 surrounded by 1.

The blower 10 is electrically connected to the power supply (not shown) and the changeover switch. The ventilation member 7 is formed of a tubular or duct-like hollow cylindrical body, and one end of the ventilation member 7 opens into the engine room as a suction port.
And the blower 10 is provided in the middle, and the other end of the ventilation member 7 is
Connected to mounting member 8. There is a gap between the casing G and the light source Z, and the ventilation member 7 communicates with the space S1 in the casing G of the vehicle illumination lamps A1 and A2 via the mounting member 8 and the gap. High temperature air in the engine room can be sent. The mounting member 8 includes a mounting portion 8a having a recess into which a portion of the light source Z protruding from the casing G fits, and a flange-shaped mounting portion 8b for fixing the mounting portion 8a to the back surface of the casing G.
It consists of The flange-shaped mounting portion 8b is formed of a flexible material, has an adhesive adhered to the back surface, and is adhered and fixed to the casing G.

As described in the above embodiment, a thermostat set or set to a predetermined temperature is provided in the vicinity of the vehicle lighting lamps A (A1, A2), and is electrically connected to a power supply and a changeover switch. Can also. In the drawing, the discharge port at the other end of the ventilation member 7 is attached to the attachment member 8 and the casing G so that air can be blown into the casing G. However, a hole is provided at an arbitrary position in the casing G, and through this hole An opening may be provided in the casing G. Further, the high-temperature air in the engine room, which is the heating element 1, is supplied to the casing G.
The means for blowing air may be any shape of blowing means.

The apparatus for melting ice and snow for an illumination lamp in which the heating element 1 having the above-mentioned structure is high-temperature air in an engine room is provided. Is fitted into the mounting member 8 for mounting the light source Z to the casing G, and the flange-shaped mounting portion 8b is attached to the outside of the casing G with an adhesive. Then, the suction port of the ventilation member 7 connects the light source Z to the casing G. Is blown into the casing G from one side of the gap Z1 on the outer periphery of the mounting member mounted on the casing G. When the switch is turned ON in this state, or when the outside air temperature becomes equal to or lower than the set temperature of the thermostat provided near the vehicle lighting lamps A1 and A2, the switch is turned ON, the blower 10 is operated, and the engine Is sent into the casing G.
The high-temperature air raises the temperature inside the light-transmitting cover H1, and the high-temperature light-transmitting cover H1 causes part of the ice and snow attached to the front of the light-transmitting cover H1 to melt and peel off. When the high-temperature air in the engine room is sequentially sent into the casing G, the existing air in the casing G becomes
The light source Z is sequentially discharged from the other side of the gap Z1 on the outer periphery of the mounting member for mounting the light source Z to the casing G (arrows indicate the flow of the air to be sucked and discharged).

The mounting member 8 of the ventilation member 7 covers the entire mounting member 8 for mounting the light source Z to the casing G, and the gap Z around the outer circumference of the mounting member for mounting the light source Z to the casing G.
The hot air is blown into the space S1 from the whole 1 and an air outlet is provided at an arbitrary position of the casing G. The shape is not limited to the illustrated shape, and may be any shape or configuration.

The attached ice / snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp having the above-described structure is
Excess and high-temperature air in the engine room is blown into the casing G by the blower 10, and the inside of the casing G is heated to warm the light transmitting cover H (H1, H2), and the front of the light transmitting cover H (H1, H2). It is possible to secure the visibility by melting the ice and snow attached to the surface or melting and partially removing the ice and snow. Since the thermal energy of the high-temperature air in the engine room is used, the running cost is lower and the power supply is not consumed as compared with the apparatus for melting the attached ice and snow for the lighting of the above embodiment.

If the above several examples of the attached ice / snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp are set in an automobile lighting, an automobile lighting with an attached ice / snow melting apparatus is obtained. Also, an automobile equipped with the vehicle lighting lamp with the attached ice and snow melting device is a vehicle equipped with the illumination lamp with the attached ice and snow melting device. As a result, it is possible to secure a sufficient visibility in driving a car by fog at low temperatures, icing by rain, or snowing by snowfall, while taking advantage of the high-intensity xenon lamp that does not generate heat.

In the above description, the air in the engine room warmed by the heat generated by the operation of the engine is passed through the ventilation member 7 having the blower 10 as a guide member, and the space S1 surrounded by the casing G and the light transmitting cover H1. It is blowing inside. This heat can be taken in through a stack or a radiator, and the method of taking in the heat is not limited. Further, in addition to taking air in the engine room into the space S1 in the casing G through the ventilation member 7 provided with the blower 10 as an induction member, for example, heat in the engine room is also converted into copper, aluminum, carbon, or the like. It can be induced by a substance having high thermal conductivity.

In FIG. 6 and FIG. 7, the infrared irradiation devices 3, 4, and 5 as the heating element 1 are provided near the vehicle lighting lamps A (A1, A2). 5 can be provided at an arbitrary position of the vehicle including the vicinity of the engine room and the driver's seat. For example, infrared irradiation device 3,
4 and 5 are provided in an engine room, and receive infrared rays emitted from the infrared irradiators 3, 4 and 5 from one end to receive a light transmitting cover H <b> 1 and a casing G of the vehicle illumination lamp A <b> 2.
And an optical fiber for guiding into the space S1 between the casings G and the space S2 between the light transmitting covers H1 and H2 and the casing G. This optical fiber passes through the gap between the outer periphery of the mounting member 8 for attaching the light source Z to the casing G in the same manner as the ventilation member 7 which is a part of the guide member of the above-described embodiment.
S1 surrounded by the light transmitting cover H1 and the casing G of FIG.
Is inserted into. Infrared light emitted from the tip of the optical fiber irradiates the light transmitting cover H1 to irradiate the light transmitting cover H1.
(Not shown, see FIGS. 6 and 7). The infrared irradiators 3, 4, and 5 are connected to a power supply (battery) mounted on a vehicle, and can be turned on and off by a switch provided near a driver's seat. A power supply dedicated to the infrared irradiation device can be separately prepared.

The heating element 1 having the above structure is the infrared irradiators 3, 4, and 5, and the attached ice and snow for an illumination lamp for guiding the infrared rays radiated from the infrared irradiators 3, 4, and 5 to the light transmitting cover H1 by optical fibers. The melting device has the same effects as those of the attached ice and snow melting device for an illumination lamp described in each of the above embodiments.

In the above embodiment, the vehicle lighting lamps A (A1, A2) using xenon bulbs have been described as examples. However, all car lighting lamps for automobiles using glowing bulbs, halogen bulbs or the like are described. A can also be applied.

[0028]

According to the present invention, a heating element is provided at an arbitrary position inside, outside, or near the casing and the light transmitting cover. Even if the light transmitting cover is warmed up and rain or fog freezes during snowfall or low temperature, and it adheres to automotive lighting,
Since the ice and snow attached to the front and the outer periphery of the automobile lamp is melted or partly melted and peeled off, the light beam emitted from the light source can illuminate the front to secure the field of view.

The heating element may be provided at any position inside the casing, outside the casing, on the front side of the light-transmitting cover, on the back side of the light-transmitting cover, inside the light-transmitting cover, or at any combination of positions. The same effect can be obtained even if the infrared irradiation device is formed by a heat ray, or is provided inside the casing, outside the casing, or on the front side of the light transmitting cover or on the back side of the light transmitting cover.

Even when the heating element generates heat due to the operation of an automobile engine, the heat heats the air, the radiator, and the like in the engine room, and transfers the heat of the heated air and the radiator to the induction member. The casing and the light-transmitting cover are warmed by being guided into the space surrounded by the casing and the light-transmitting cover through the ventilation member as a guiding member, and attached to the outer periphery of the casing or the front surface of the light-transmitting cover by the warmed casing and the light-transmitting cover. The melted ice or snow can be melted or a part of the ice and snow can be melted and peeled off.

When the infrared irradiation device is provided in an engine room or at an arbitrary position, the infrared light emitted from the infrared irradiation device is guided into the space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover by the optical fiber, and from the end of the optical fiber. The light-transmitting cover is heated by the irradiated infrared rays, and the warm light-transmitting cover can melt ice or snow attached to the outside of the casing or on the front side of the light-transmitting cover, or can melt and remove a part of the ice and snow. .

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a main part of an attached ice / snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a plan view of a heating body of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp.

FIG. 3 is a plan view showing a state in which a heating element is attached to a light transmitting sheet.

FIG. 4 is an enlarged vertical sectional view showing an attachment position of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for a lighting lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 5 is an enlarged vertical sectional view showing a mounting position of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 6 is an enlarged vertical sectional view showing an attached state of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for a lighting lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 7 is an enlarged vertical cross-sectional view showing an attached state of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 8 is an enlarged vertical sectional view showing an attached state of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for a lighting lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 9 is an enlarged vertical sectional view of a main part enlarged view showing an attached state of the attached ice / snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to the present invention.

FIG. 10 is an enlarged rear view showing an attached state of the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to the present invention.

[Explanation of symbols]

A (A1, A2) Automotive lighting G Casing H (H1, H2) Light transmitting cover S1 Space surrounded by light transmitting cover and casing S2 Space surrounded by two light transmitting covers and casing X1, X11 Light Front side of transmission cover X2, X12 Inside of light transmission cover X3, X13 Back side of light transmission cover Y1 Inside of casing Y2 Outside of casing Z light source Z1 Gap between casing and light source mounting member 1 Heating body 2 Light transmitting sheet 3, 4, 5 An infrared irradiation device as a heating element 6 A light source that generates a large amount of heat 7 A ventilation member provided with a blower that is a guide member 8 (8a, 8b) A mounting member 8a A mounting portion having a concave portion 8b A flange-shaped mounting portion 10 A blower

Claims (9)

    [Claims]
  1. An apparatus for melting ice or snow attached to a casing for accommodating a light source of an automotive lighting and a light transmitting cover attached to an opening of the casing or melting and partially removing the ice and snow, wherein the casing is provided. And that heat generated by a heating element provided at an arbitrary position inside, outside, or near the light transmitting cover melts or at least partially melts the ice and snow attached to the front of the light transmitting cover so that it can be peeled off. Characteristic ice and snow melting equipment for lighting.
  2. 2. The heating element is provided at any position inside the casing, outside the casing, the front side of the light transmitting cover, the back side of the light transmitting cover, the inside of the light transmitting cover itself, or any combination of positions. 2. The attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to claim 1, wherein:
  3. 3. The attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to claim 1, wherein the heating body is formed by a heating wire.
  4. 4. The infrared irradiation device according to claim 1, wherein the heating element is provided inside the casing, outside the casing, on the front side of the light transmitting cover, or on the back side of the light transmitting cover. Item 4. The attached ice and snow melting device for an illumination lamp according to any one of Items 1 to 3.
  5. 5. The heating body is an infrared irradiation device provided at an arbitrary position of an automobile, and an optical fiber that guides infrared light emitted from the infrared irradiation device into a space surrounded by a casing and a light transmitting cover. The attached ice and snow melting apparatus for a lighting according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the apparatus is provided.
  6. 6. The heating element utilizes heat generated by an engine of an automobile, and heat generated by the engine in an engine room accommodating the engine in a space surrounded by a casing and a light transmitting cover. An end of the guide member is located in the engine room, and heat passing through the guide member is released into a space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover. Claim 1
    Or the attached ice and snow melting apparatus for an illumination lamp according to 2.
  7. 7. The ventilation member is a ventilation member provided with a blower, one end of the ventilation member is opened in an engine room, and blows air in the engine room heated by heat generated by operation of the engine. 7. The apparatus according to claim 6, wherein the air is blown into the space surrounded by the casing and the light transmitting cover through the ventilation member by the operation of (1).
  8. 8. An automotive lighting device equipped with an attached ice and snow melting device having the attached ice and snow melting device according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
  9. 9. An automobile equipped with an illuminating light with an attached ice and snow melting device, comprising the vehicle lighting lamp with the attached ice and snow melting device according to claim 8.
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