JP2011044413A - Light emitting diode lighting device by temperature difference power generation using high-temperature heat generation of mercury lamp - Google Patents

Light emitting diode lighting device by temperature difference power generation using high-temperature heat generation of mercury lamp Download PDF

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JP2011044413A
JP2011044413A JP2009208667A JP2009208667A JP2011044413A JP 2011044413 A JP2011044413 A JP 2011044413A JP 2009208667 A JP2009208667 A JP 2009208667A JP 2009208667 A JP2009208667 A JP 2009208667A JP 2011044413 A JP2011044413 A JP 2011044413A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an energy-saving lighting device carrying out temperature difference power generation using exhaust heat by improving the use of a mercury lamp daily used for the purpose of illumination but, while being lighted up, generating high-temperature heat which has been uselessly emitted into a surrounding space without being utilized. <P>SOLUTION: The lighting device generates electricity by a Seebeck element using a means for obtaining an effective temperature difference, and lights a light emitting diode with generated electric power to attain overall energy saving. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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The present invention relates to a device that converts heat generated from a mercury lamp into an electromotive force by a Seebeck element and uses the electromotive force to light a light emitting diode.

There is no system that uses a Seebeck element and uses a mercury lamp as a heat source.

Conventionally, the present invention is a cooling / superheating device using a reversible Peltier element. The present invention performs effective temperature difference power generation by utilizing the difference between the high temperature heat generation and ambient temperature of a mercury lamp that requires lighting day and night. The purpose is that.

Means to solve the problem

In order to achieve the above object, the heating element, the temperature difference electromotive element, the device for obtaining the temperature difference, the configuration of the attachment material for attaching these, and the mounting method are important.

As a means for obtaining the temperature difference, a mercury lamp is used as a heating element on the high temperature side, a lamp surface temperature of 120 ° C. to 130 ° C. is obtained, and on the low temperature side, ambient air of 30 ° C. to 50 ° C. flows into and out of the air layer.
Thereby, the temperature difference 70 degreeC-80 degreeC required for temperature difference power generation is securable.

The temperature differential electromotive element is selected from the existing Seebeck and Peltier elements according to the required output power, and the quantity and combination are determined.

As a device to obtain a temperature difference, a ring of copper oxide-free material with high thermal conductivity is closely attached to the upper surface of the electromotive element on the upper surface of the mercury lamp, and an air layer of heat insulating material is formed on the lower temperature side of the element. By connecting a tube of glass fiber heat insulating material and convection of the surrounding air, a temperature difference is obtained by this means, and temperature difference power generation is possible by using exhaust heat of a mercury lamp.

Using the electromotive force obtained by the above means, the required additional illuminance can be achieved by a combination of the number of electromotive elements and light emitting diodes that light up the light emitting diodes and serve as auxiliary illumination.

In order to secure the attachment volume of the attachment member or the like, an adapter socket is mounted between the lamp and the lamp. Since the adapter socket has an electrical connection circuit, no additional work is required.

The invention's effect

Dependence on mercury lamps (HID) and the number of instruments used to determine the illuminance of all facilities are enormous, and the exhaust heat from the solids is immeasurable. The effect of auxiliary lighting that effectively uses exhaust heat contributes to lighting control of the entire facility, and can achieve a comprehensive energy saving effect.

The energy source for operating the apparatus of the present invention uses the exhaust heat of the luminaire that is forced to be lit, and the auxiliary lighting to be used uses a light emitting diode. The average life of the diode is about 50,000 hours. The combination of both leads to significant cost savings in terms of operation.

  It is whole sectional drawing of this apparatus.   It is sectional drawing of a Seebeck element and an attachment member.

Remove the existing mercury lamp (11), attach the adapter socket (6) fitted with the electromotive element mounting bracket, fit the multi-sided copper ring (7) into the neck (9) of the lamp, and attach the lamp in place.

The high-temperature surface of the electromotive element (1) is closely attached to the multi-faced copper ring (7) and attached to the metal fitting. The added light-emitting diodes are fixed to the mounting panel (8) with suitable members because they have various shapes.

The lower air convection tubes (4) and (5) on the low temperature side air layer (3) of the electromotive element are taken out and fixed to the outside of the mercury lamp shade (12).

Since a temperature difference of 70 ° C. to 80 ° C. is obtained, an electromotive voltage of 3 V and an electric power generation amount of 3 W can be obtained even at the minimum per unit of standard Seebeck element, which is a sufficient condition for lighting the light emitting diode.

The condition can be easily satisfied by combining a plurality of electromotive elements as means for increasing the necessary power generation amount.

FIG. 1 shows an outline of the present invention.

It is possible to save energy by effectively using the exhaust heat energy of the mercury lamp that is used everyday, and using the light emitting diode for auxiliary illumination to control the illuminance of the mercury lamp comprehensively.

(1) Seebeck element (electromotive element)
(2) Seebeck element high temperature side (3) Seebeck element low temperature side air layer (insulation material wall)
(4) Low temperature side air layer upper convection tube (insulated glass fiber)
(5) Low temperature side air layer lower convection tube (insulated glass fiber)
(6) Adapter for connection (7) Multi-sided copper ring (copper-free copper)
(8) Light emitting diode mounting panel (9) Mercury lamp neck (10) Lamp (11) Mercury lamp (12) Mercury lamp shade

Claims (5)

  1. (1) Using a Seebeck element, a lighting device for a light-emitting diode that performs power generation based on a temperature difference using the difference between the mercury lamp surface temperature and the atmospheric temperature was configured.
  2. (2) In order to obtain a temperature difference, the heating element on the high temperature side is a mercury lamp, and a polyhedral ring (7) made of a copper oxide-free material is used as a means for conducting the surface temperature.
  3. (3) In order to obtain the temperature difference, the low temperature side is combined with the adiabatic air layer (3) and the adiabatic convection tubes (4) and (5) to ensure the temperature due to the convection air.
  4. (4) Labor saving is achieved by combining the light emitting diode mounting panel (8) and the connection adapter socket (6).
  5. (5) When the heating element on the high temperature side is used in a fluorescent lamp, the shape of the non-oxide copper ring (7) is used according to the diameter of the fluorescent lamp. .
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US9829188B2 (en) 2016-03-16 2017-11-28 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Light-emitting diode driving apparatus and lighting device

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