JP2012094314A - Network system, controller, and control method - Google Patents

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JP2012094314A
JP2012094314A JP2010239423A JP2010239423A JP2012094314A JP 2012094314 A JP2012094314 A JP 2012094314A JP 2010239423 A JP2010239423 A JP 2010239423A JP 2010239423 A JP2010239423 A JP 2010239423A JP 2012094314 A JP2012094314 A JP 2012094314A
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Kazumasa Honda
Hironori Kanbara
Taku Matsumoto
Tateshi Nakajima
Takami Sasaki
Shigeru Urata
立志 中嶋
崇水 佐々木
和正 本田
拓 松本
茂 浦田
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a network system, a controller, and a control method capable of controlling the colors of light emitted by an illumination favorably according to the location.SOLUTION: A network system 1 includes a plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D, a plurality of illuminations 130A to 130D for illuminating the respective peripheries of the plural temperature sensors, and a controller 100 which, when the temperature from any of the plural temperature sensors is high, controls the illumination corresponding to that temperature sensor so as to emit a cold color based light and, when the temperature from any of the plural temperature sensors is low, controls the illumination corresponding to that temperature sensor so as to emit a warm color based light.

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  The present invention relates to a network system, a controller, and a control method for controlling the color of light emitted from an illumination, and more particularly to a network system, a controller, and a control method for controlling the color of light emitted from an illumination according to temperature.

  There is known a technique for suitably changing the sensible temperature by changing the color of illumination according to temperature and season.

  For example, Japanese Laid-Open Patent Application No. 06-076959 (Patent Document 1) discloses an integrated lighting / air conditioning system. According to Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 06-076959 (Patent Document 1), if the color temperature of the light source is increased, the body lightness feels bright and the body temperature feels cool. Moreover, if the light source color temperature is lowered, the sensed brightness will feel dark and the sensed temperature will feel warm. In the summer, the light source color temperature of the illumination load is increased, and the illumination load is controlled by the control unit in the direction of decreasing the illuminance setting. Further, the control unit raises the setting of the air conditioning temperature of the air conditioning load. Similarly, in winter, the light source color temperature is lowered to control the illumination load to increase the illuminance setting, and the air conditioning load to the air conditioning temperature setting is controlled to decrease.

  Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication No. 07-006878 (Patent Document 2) discloses a variable color illumination device. According to Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 07-006878 (Patent Document 2), a color that sets a color temperature in a variable color illumination device that includes a plurality of light sources having different emission colors and a lighting control unit that controls the amount of light emitted from each light source. Comparing the temperature setting operation unit, the color temperature control signal generation unit that generates a color temperature control signal in response thereto, the temperature sensor that detects the temperature outside the illumination space and the space, and the temperature difference between the illumination space and the space And a color temperature correcting means for correcting the color temperature according to the temperature difference.

Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 06-076959 Japanese Unexamined Patent Publication No. 07-006878

  However, the temperature may vary depending on the location. For example, in the case of indoors, there is a high possibility that the temperature is different between the front of the air conditioner and the side of the air conditioner. That is, depending on the location, light of a color suitable for the temperature may not be irradiated.

  The present invention has been made to solve such a problem, and an object of the present invention is to provide a network system, a controller, and a control method capable of controlling the color of light emitted more appropriately according to the place. That is.

  According to an aspect of the present invention, a plurality of temperature sensors, a plurality of illuminations for illuminating the surroundings of each of the plurality of temperature sensors, and a case where the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high corresponds to the temperature sensor. A controller for controlling the illumination to emit cold-colored light, and for controlling the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm-colored light when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is low; A network system is provided.

  Preferably, the controller stores the first reference temperature in association with the first period, and stores the second reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature in the second period where the temperature is lower than the first period. Is stored in association with. In the first period, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. . In the second period, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. .

  Preferably, the controller stores the first reference temperature in association with the first period and the first time zone, and associates the second reference temperature with the second period and the first time zone. And store the third reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature in association with the first period and the second time zone where the air temperature is lower than the first time zone, and store the second reference temperature. The fourth reference temperature lower than the temperature is stored in association with the second period and the second time zone where the air temperature is lower than the first time zone. In the first time zone of the first period, the controller sets the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to the cold-colored light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. Control to emit. In the second time zone of the first period, the controller sets the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to the cold-colored light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the third reference temperature. Control to emit. In the first time zone of the second period, the controller sets the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to warm-colored light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. Control to emit. In the second time zone of the second period, the controller changes the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to warm-colored light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fourth reference temperature. Control to emit.

  Preferably, the controller sets the fifth reference temperature that is lower than the first reference temperature and higher than the second reference temperature to the third reference temperature that is lower than the first period and higher than the second period. Store in association with the period. In the third period, when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the fifth reference temperature, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light. When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fifth reference temperature, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light.

  Preferably, a controller memorize | stores the 1st period and the 2nd period whose temperature is lower than a 1st period. In the first period, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the reference temperature. In the second period, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the reference temperature.

  According to another aspect of the present invention, a plurality of temperature sensors and a communication interface for communicating with a plurality of lights for illuminating the surroundings of each of the plurality of temperature sensors, and when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high The illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold light via the communication interface, and the temperature sensor is corresponding to the temperature sensor via the communication interface when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is low. A controller is provided that includes a processor for controlling the illumination to emit warm light.

  Preferably, the controller stores the first reference temperature in association with the first period, and stores the second reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature in the second period where the temperature is lower than the first period. And a memory for storing the information in association with each other. In the first period, the processor emits cold-colored light corresponding to the temperature sensor via the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. Control to emit. In the second period, the processor emits warm color light through the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. Control to emit.

  Preferably, the memory stores the first reference temperature in association with the first period and the first time zone, and associates the second reference temperature with the second period and the first time zone. And store the third reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature in association with the first period and the second time zone where the air temperature is lower than the first time zone, and store the second reference temperature. The fourth reference temperature lower than the temperature is stored in association with the second period and the second time zone where the air temperature is lower than the first time zone. In the first time zone of the first period, the processor illuminates the temperature sensor via the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. Is controlled to emit cold light. In the second time zone of the first period, the processor illuminates the temperature sensor via the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the third reference temperature. Is controlled to emit cold light. In the first time zone of the second period, the processor illuminates the temperature sensor via the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. Is controlled to emit warm light. In the second time period of the second period, the processor is configured to illuminate the temperature sensor via the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fourth reference temperature. Is controlled to emit warm light.

  Preferably, the memory sets the fifth reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature and higher than the second reference temperature to the third reference temperature lower than the first period and higher than the second period. Store in association with the period. In the third period, when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the fifth reference temperature, the processor emits cold-colored light corresponding to the temperature sensor via the communication interface. To control. When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fifth reference temperature, the processor controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light via the communication interface.

  Preferably, the controller further includes a memory for storing a first period and a second period in which the temperature is lower than the first period. In the first period, the processor emits the light corresponding to the temperature sensor through the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the reference temperature. Control. In the second period, the processor emits warm-colored light through the communication interface only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the reference temperature. Control.

  According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a method for controlling a network system including a plurality of temperature sensors, a plurality of lights for illuminating each of the plurality of temperature sensors, and a controller. In the control method, when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold-colored light, and from each of the plurality of temperature sensors. And a controller that controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light when the temperature is low.

  According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a control method for a controller comprising a plurality of temperature sensors, a communication interface for communicating with a plurality of lights for illuminating each of the plurality of temperature sensors, and a processor. When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the control method includes a step of controlling the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light via the communication interface, and the plurality of temperatures. And when the temperature from each of the sensors is low, the processor controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light via the communication interface.

  As described above, according to the present invention, there are provided a network system, a controller, and a control method capable of controlling the color of light emitted more appropriately according to a place.

It is an image figure which shows the whole structure of the network system 1 which concerns on this Embodiment. It is a block diagram showing the hardware constitutions of the home controller 100 which concerns on this Embodiment. It is an image figure which shows the apparatus table 101A which concerns on this Embodiment. It is an image figure which shows the color temperature table 101B which concerns on this Embodiment. 4 is a flowchart showing a processing procedure of control processing in the home controller 100 according to the first embodiment. It is an image figure which shows 101 C of 1st light emission condition tables which concern on Embodiment 2. FIG. 10 is a flowchart illustrating a processing procedure of control processing in the home controller 100 according to the second embodiment. It is an image figure which shows 2nd light emission condition table 101D which concerns on Embodiment 3. FIG. 12 is a flowchart illustrating a processing procedure of control processing in the home controller 100 according to the third embodiment. It is an image figure which shows the 3rd light emission condition table 101E which concerns on Embodiment 4. FIG. 15 is a flowchart illustrating a processing procedure of control processing in the home controller 100 according to the fourth embodiment.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the following description, the same parts are denoted by the same reference numerals. Their names and functions are also the same. Therefore, detailed description thereof will not be repeated.

[Embodiment 1]
<Overview of network system operation>
First, an outline of the operation of the network system 1 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 1 is an image diagram showing an overall configuration of a network system 1 according to the present embodiment.

  Referring to FIG. 1, network system 1 according to the present embodiment includes, for example, a plurality of lights 130 </ b> A to 130 </ b> D, a plurality of temperature sensors 120 </ b> A to 120 </ b> D, and an air conditioner 200 arranged indoors. . The network system 1 further includes an outside air temperature sensor 140 outdoors or outdoors. The network system 1 includes a home controller 100 indoors or outdoors.

  The plurality of lights 130A to 130D are attached so as to illuminate the surroundings of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D, respectively. The plurality of illuminations 130A to 130D may be arranged to face the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D, respectively, and brighten the surroundings of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D in the vicinity of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D. May be arranged as follows.

  In addition, each of the plurality of lights 130 </ b> A to 130 </ b> D can emit light of a plurality of colors based on a command from the home controller 100. More specifically, each of the plurality of illuminations 130A to 130D includes at least one light source capable of emitting warm color light and cold color light. Alternatively, each of the plurality of illuminations 130A to 130D includes a light source that emits at least one warm color light and a light source that can emit at least one cold color light.

  The home controller 100 can perform data communication with the plurality of lights 130A to 130D, the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D, the outside temperature sensor 140, and the air conditioner 200 via a wired or wireless network. The home controller 100 performs data communication using, for example, a wired LAN (Local Area Network), a wireless LAN, a PLC (Power Line Communications), ZigBee (registered trademark), or Bluetooth (registered trademark).

  In network system 1 according to the present embodiment, home controller 100 has lighting 130A corresponding to temperature sensor 120A (120B to 120D) when the temperature received from each of a plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is high. (110B to 130D) is controlled to emit cold light. When the temperature received from each of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is low, the home controller 100 emits warm-colored light from the lighting 130A (110B to 130D) corresponding to the temperature sensor 120A (120B to 120D). To control.

  Since the network system 1 according to the present embodiment is configured as described above, it is possible to control the color of light emitted more appropriately according to the location. As a result, the sensible temperature is more suitably controlled according to the location. Hereinafter, a specific configuration of the network system 1 according to the present embodiment will be described in detail.

  Hereinafter, the plurality of lights 130 </ b> A to 130 </ b> D are collectively referred to as the light 130. The plurality of temperature sensors 120 </ b> A to 120 </ b> D are collectively referred to as a temperature sensor 120.

<Hardware configuration of home controller 100>
One aspect of the hardware configuration of home controller 100 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing a hardware configuration of home controller 100 according to the present embodiment.

  The home controller 100 includes a memory 101, a display 102, a tablet 103, a button 105, a first communication interface 106, a second communication interface 107, a speaker 108, a clock 109, a CPU (Central Processing Unit). 110).

  The memory 101 is realized by various types of RAM (Random Access Memory), ROM (Read-Only Memory), a hard disk, and the like. For example, the memory 101 is a USB (Universal Serial Bus) memory, a CD-ROM (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory), a DVD-ROM (Digital Versatile Disk-Read Only Memory), which is used via a reading interface. USB (Universal Serial Bus) memory, memory card, FD (Flexible Disk), hard disk, magnetic tape, cassette tape, MO (Magnetic Optical Disc), MD (Mini Disc), IC (Integrated Circuit) card (excluding memory cards) It is also realized by a medium for storing a program in a nonvolatile manner such as an optical card, a mask ROM, an EPROM, and an EEPROM (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory).

  The memory 101 includes a control program executed by the CPU 110, a device table 101A indicating a correspondence relationship between the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D and the plurality of lights 130A to 130D, and a color temperature indicating a correspondence relationship between light color and temperature. The table 101B is stored.

  FIG. 3 is an image diagram showing a device table 101A according to the present embodiment. Referring to FIG. 3, device table 101 </ b> A shows a correspondence relationship between a plurality of temperature sensors 120 </ b> A to 120 </ b> D and a plurality of lights 130 </ b> A to 130 </ b> D. As will be described later, the CPU 110 can specify the illumination 130A (110B to 130D) to be controlled corresponding to the temperature received from each of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D by referring to the device table 101A. .

  FIG. 4 is an image diagram showing a color temperature table 101B according to the present embodiment. Referring to FIG. 4, a color temperature table 101B shows a correspondence relationship between a difference (relative temperature) of a temperature acquired by each of a plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D from a reference temperature and a preferable light color. However, the color temperature table 101B may indicate a correspondence relationship between the ratio of the relative temperature with respect to the reference temperature and a preferable light color.

  In the present embodiment, a higher relative temperature is associated with a cold color, and a lower relative temperature is associated with a warm color. In other words, a temperature higher than the reference temperature is associated with a bluish color, and a temperature lower than the reference temperature is associated with a reddish color. As will be described later, the CPU 110 can specify what kind of light color should be irradiated around each of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D by referring to the color temperature table 101B.

  Returning to FIG. 2, the display 102 displays various information under the control of the CPU 110. The tablet 103 detects a touch operation with a user's finger and inputs touch coordinates or the like to the CPU 110. The CPU 110 receives a command from the user via the tablet 103.

  In the present embodiment, a tablet 103 is laid on the surface of the display 102. That is, in the present embodiment, display 102 and tablet 103 constitute touch panel 104. However, the home controller 100 does not have to include the tablet 103.

  The button 105 is disposed on the surface of the home controller 100. A plurality of buttons such as a numeric keypad may be arranged on the home controller 100. The button 105 receives various commands from the user. The button 105 inputs a command from the user to the CPU 110.

  The first communication interface 106 transmits / receives data to / from the plurality of lights 130 </ b> A to 130 </ b> D, the plurality of temperature sensors 120 </ b> A to 120 </ b> D, the outside air temperature sensor 140, and the air conditioner 200 through the network by being controlled by the CPU 110. . The first communication interface 106 transmits / receives data to / from a plurality of devices by using a wired LAN, a wireless LAN, a PLC, ZigBee (registered trademark), Bluetooth (registered trademark), or the like.

  The second communication interface 107 transmits / receives data to / from an external server (not shown) via an external network as controlled by the CPU 110. The second communication interface 107 transmits / receives data to / from an external server or the like by using the Internet, a carrier network, WAN, LAN, ZigBee (registered trademark), Bluetooth (registered trademark), or the like.

  However, the first communication interface 106 and the second communication interface 107 may be one communication interface (one device).

  The speaker 108 outputs various information (for example, a voice message, a beep sound, etc.) by being controlled by the CPU 110.

  The clock 109 inputs the current date and time to the CPU 110 based on a command from the CPU 110.

  The CPU 110 executes various programs stored in the memory 101. Processing in the home controller 100 (for example, processing shown in FIGS. 5, 7, 9, and 11) is realized by each hardware and software executed by the CPU 110. Such software may be stored in the memory 101 in advance. The software may be stored in a storage medium and distributed as a program product. Alternatively, the software may be provided as a program product that can be downloaded by an information provider connected to the so-called Internet.

  Such software is read from the storage medium by using a reading device (not shown), or downloaded by using the first communication interface 106 or the second communication interface 107 and stored in the memory 101. Once stored. The CPU 110 stores the software in the form of an executable program in the memory 101 and then executes the program.

  As storage media, CD-ROM (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory), DVD-ROM (Digital Versatile Disk-Read Only Memory), USB (Universal Serial Bus) memory, memory card, FD (Flexible Disk), hard disk , Magnetic tape, cassette tape, MO (Magnetic Optical Disc), MD (Mini Disc), IC (Integrated Circuit) card (excluding memory card), optical card, mask ROM, EPROM, EEPROM (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) And the like, for example, a medium for storing the program in a nonvolatile manner.

  The program here includes not only a program directly executable by the CPU but also a program in a source program format, a compressed program, an encrypted program, and the like.

  The CPU 110 receives data indicating the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors 120 </ b> A to 120 </ b> D via the first communication interface 106. Based on the temperature from the temperature sensor 120, the CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and identifies a preferred light color.

  For example, when the temperature from the temperature sensor 120 is higher than the reference temperature, the CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and identifies a cold color. The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and instructs the illumination 130 corresponding to the temperature sensor 120 to emit light of a cool color.

  When the temperature from the temperature sensor 120 is lower than the reference temperature, the CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and identifies a warm color. The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and instructs the illumination 130 corresponding to the temperature sensor 120 to emit light of a warm color.

  In the present embodiment, the reference temperature corresponding to the intermediate color between the warm color and the cold color is stored in the memory 101. For example, the reference temperature can be set by the user via the touch panel 104 or the button 105. Alternatively, the reference temperature may be set in advance. Alternatively, the reference temperature may be acquired from the external server via the second communication interface 107 by the CPU 110 sequentially or periodically.

<Control processing in home controller 100>
Next, control processing in the home controller 100 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing a processing procedure of control processing in home controller 100 according to the present embodiment.

  Referring to FIG. 5, CPU 110 assigns 1 to variable n of memory 101 (step S102). In the memory 101, the number of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is registered in advance as a variable N.

  The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A, and acquires the temperature from the nth temperature sensor 120 via the first communication interface 106 (step S104). CPU110 calculates the relative temperature with respect to the reference temperature of the acquired temperature. However, the CPU 110 may calculate the ratio of the relative temperature to the reference temperature.

  The CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and specifies a color corresponding to the relative temperature (ratio) (step S106). The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and identifies the illumination 130 corresponding to the nth temperature sensor 120. The CPU 110 commands the illumination 130 to emit light having a color corresponding to the relative temperature via the first communication interface 106 (step S108).

  CPU 110 increments variable n (step S110). CPU 110 determines whether or not variable n = N (step S112). CPU110 repeats the process from step S104, when it is not n = N (when it is NO in step S112). CPU110 repeats the process from step S102, when n = N (when it is YES in step S112).

  Thus, the network system 1 according to the present embodiment controls the color of the light of the corresponding illumination 130 based on the reference temperature and the current temperature from the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D. Accordingly, the color of light emitted by the illumination can be controlled more suitably.

[Embodiment 2]
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described. The network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 described above always controls the color of the light of the corresponding illumination 130 based on the reference temperature and the current temperature. However, according to the season (period), the network system 1 according to the present embodiment switches between a mode that emits only warm color light, a mode that emits only cold color light, and a mode that emits both lights Is.

  Hereinafter, the description of the same configuration as that of network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 will not be repeated. For example, according to the present embodiment, the overall configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 1), the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data configuration of the device table 101A (FIG. 3), and the data configuration of the color temperature table 101B Since (FIG. 4) etc. are the same as those of Embodiment 1, description is not repeated here.

<Outline of Data Stored in Memory 101 and Operation of CPU 110>
However, regarding the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data stored in the memory 101 and the specific operation of the CPU 110 are different from those of the first embodiment. Hereinafter, the data stored in the memory 101 and the operation of the CPU 110 will be described.

  First, the memory 101 according to the present embodiment includes a control program executed by the CPU 110, a device table 101A indicating a correspondence relationship between the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D and the plurality of lights 130A to 130D, and the color and temperature of light. Are stored in the color temperature table 101B and the first light emission condition table 101C.

  FIG. 6 is an image diagram showing the first light emission condition table 101C according to the present embodiment. Referring to FIG. 6, first light emission condition table 101C associates data indicating whether or not to emit warm color light and data indicating whether or not to emit cold color light in association with the season. Remember. As will be described later, the CPU 110 can determine whether or not to emit cold light when the temperature is higher than the reference temperature by referring to the first light emission condition table 101C. In addition, the CPU 110 can determine whether or not to emit warm color light when the temperature is lower than the reference temperature by referring to the first light emission condition table 101C.

  For example, in summer, it is possible to realize energy saving by lowering the sensible temperature. On the contrary, it is preferable not to raise the temperature of the body. Therefore, the CPU 110 according to the present embodiment controls the illumination 130 to emit cold light only when the temperature is higher than the reference temperature, and when the temperature is lower than the reference temperature, the illumination 130 is warm. Control the system so that it does not emit light.

  In winter, it is possible to achieve energy saving by raising the temperature of experience. On the contrary, it is preferable not to lower the sensible temperature. Therefore, the CPU 110 according to the present embodiment controls the illumination 130 to emit warm color light only when the temperature is lower than the reference temperature, and when the temperature is higher than the reference temperature, the illumination 130 is cold-colored. Control the system so that it does not emit light.

  In this embodiment, in spring and autumn, CPU 110 controls lighting 130 to emit warm-colored light when the temperature is lower than the reference temperature, and lighting 130 when the temperature is higher than the reference temperature. Is controlled to emit cold-colored light.

<Control processing in home controller 100>
Next, control processing in the home controller 100 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 7 is a flowchart showing a processing procedure of control processing in home controller 100 according to the present embodiment.

  Referring to FIG. 7, CPU 110 assigns 1 to variable n of memory 101 (step S202). In the memory 101, the number of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is registered in advance as a variable N.

  The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and acquires the temperature from the nth temperature sensor 120 via the first communication interface 106 (step S204). CPU110 calculates the relative temperature with respect to the reference temperature of the acquired temperature. However, the CPU 110 may calculate the ratio of the relative temperature to the reference temperature.

  The CPU 110 acquires the current date from the clock 109. The CPU 110 refers to the first light emission condition table 101C and identifies the season corresponding to the current date. CPU110 judges whether it is summer (step S206).

  If it is summer (YES in step S206), CPU 110 determines whether or not the acquired temperature is equal to or higher than a reference temperature (step S208). When the acquired temperature is lower than the reference temperature (NO in step S208), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S218. If the acquired temperature is equal to or higher than the reference temperature (YES in step S208), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S214.

  If it is not summer (NO in step S206), CPU 110 determines whether it is winter (step S210). If it is not winter (NO in step S210), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S214.

  If it is winter (YES in step S210), CPU 110 determines whether the acquired temperature is equal to or lower than the reference temperature (step S212). If the acquired temperature is higher than the reference temperature (NO in step S212), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S218. If the acquired temperature is equal to or lower than the reference temperature (YES in step S212), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S214.

  The CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and specifies a color corresponding to the relative temperature (ratio) (step S214). The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and identifies the illumination 130 corresponding to the nth temperature sensor 120. The CPU 110 commands the illumination 130 to emit light of a color corresponding to the relative temperature via the first communication interface 106 (step S216).

  CPU110 increments the variable n (step S218). CPU 110 determines whether or not variable n = N (step S220). CPU110 repeats the process from step S204, when it is not n = N (when it is NO in step S220). CPU110 repeats the process from step S202, when it is n = N (when it is YES in step S220).

  As described above, the network system 1 according to the present embodiment switches between a mode that emits only warm-colored light, a mode that emits only cold-colored light, and a mode that emits both lights according to the season. The color of the light emitted by the illumination can be controlled more appropriately according to the period and place.

[Embodiment 3]
Next, a third embodiment of the present invention will be described. The network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 described above always controls the color of the light of the corresponding illumination 130 based on the reference temperature and the current temperature. However, the network system 1 according to the present embodiment changes the reference temperature according to the season. As will be described later, the network system 1 may further change the reference temperature according to the time zone.

  Hereinafter, the description of the same configuration as that of network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 will not be repeated. For example, according to the present embodiment, the overall configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 1), the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data configuration of the device table 101A (FIG. 3), and the data configuration of the color temperature table 101B Since (FIG. 4) etc. are the same as those of Embodiment 1, description is not repeated here.

<Outline of Data Stored in Memory 101 and Operation of CPU 110>
However, regarding the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data stored in the memory 101 and the specific operation of the CPU 110 are different from those of the first embodiment. Hereinafter, the data stored in the memory 101 and the operation of the CPU 110 will be described.

  First, the memory 101 according to the present embodiment includes a control program executed by the CPU 110, a device table 101A indicating a correspondence relationship between the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D and the plurality of lights 130A to 130D, and the color and temperature of light. The color temperature table 101B and the second light emission condition table 101D are stored.

  FIG. 8 is an image diagram showing a second light emission condition table 101D according to the present embodiment. Referring to FIG. 8, second light emission condition table 101D stores reference temperatures in association with seasons and time zones. And CPU110 which concerns on this Embodiment controls the color of the light which the illumination 130 light-emits based on the reference temperature suitable for a season and a time slot | zone. Note that the second light emission condition table 101D according to the present embodiment shows data indicating whether or not to emit warm color light and whether or not to emit cold color light, as in the second embodiment. Data is also stored in association with the period.

<Control processing in home controller 100>
Next, control processing in the home controller 100 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 9 is a flowchart showing a processing procedure of control processing in home controller 100 according to the present embodiment.

  Referring to FIG. 9, CPU 110 assigns 1 to variable n of memory 101 (step S302). In the memory 101, the number of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is registered in advance as a variable N.

  The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and acquires the temperature from the nth temperature sensor 120 via the first communication interface 106 (step S304). CPU110 calculates the relative temperature with respect to the reference temperature of the acquired temperature. However, the CPU 110 may calculate the ratio of the relative temperature to the reference temperature.

  The CPU 110 acquires the current date and time from the clock 109. CPU110 refers to 2nd light emission condition table 101D, and specifies the season corresponding to the present date. CPU110 judges whether it is summer (step S306).

  If it is summer (YES in step S306), CPU 110 reads a reference temperature corresponding to the current date and time from second light emission condition table 101D (step S308). CPU110 judges whether the acquired temperature is more than reference temperature (step S310). If the acquired temperature is less than the reference temperature (NO in step S310), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S324. If the acquired temperature is equal to or higher than the reference temperature (YES in step S310), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S320.

  If it is not summer (NO in step S306), CPU 110 determines whether it is winter (step S312). If it is winter (YES in step S312), CPU 110 reads a reference temperature corresponding to the current date and time from second light emission condition table 101D (step S314). CPU110 judges whether the acquired temperature is below reference temperature (step S316). If the acquired temperature is higher than the reference temperature (NO in step S316), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S324. If the acquired temperature is equal to or lower than the reference temperature (YES in step S316), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S320.

  If it is not winter (NO in step S312), CPU 110 reads a reference temperature corresponding to the current date and time from second light emission condition table 101D (step S318). CPU110 performs the process from step S320.

  The CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and specifies a color corresponding to the relative temperature (ratio) (step S320). The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and identifies the illumination 130 corresponding to the nth temperature sensor 120. The CPU 110 commands the illumination 130 to emit light of a color corresponding to the relative temperature via the first communication interface 106 (step S322).

  CPU110 increments the variable n (step S324). CPU 110 determines whether or not variable n = N (step S326). CPU110 repeats the process from step S304, when it is not n = N (when it is NO in step S326). CPU110 repeats the process from step S302, when it is n = N (when it is YES in step S326).

  As described above, since the network system 1 according to the present embodiment changes the reference temperature according to the season and / or time zone, the color of the light emitted by the illumination is more suitably controlled according to the period and place. be able to.

[Embodiment 4]
Next, a fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described. The network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 described above always controls the color of the light of the corresponding illumination 130 based on the reference temperature and the current temperature. However, the network system 1 according to the present embodiment changes the reference temperature according to the outside air temperature.

  Hereinafter, the description of the same configuration as that of network system 1 according to Embodiment 1 will not be repeated. For example, according to the present embodiment, the overall configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 1), the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data configuration of the device table 101A (FIG. 3), and the data configuration of the color temperature table 101B Since (FIG. 4) etc. are the same as those of Embodiment 1, description is not repeated here.

<Outline of Data Stored in Memory 101 and Operation of CPU 110>
However, regarding the hardware configuration of the network system 1 (FIG. 2), the data stored in the memory 101 and the specific operation of the CPU 110 are different from those of the first embodiment. Hereinafter, the data stored in the memory 101 and the operation of the CPU 110 will be described.

  First, the memory 101 according to the present embodiment includes a control program executed by the CPU 110, a device table 101A indicating a correspondence relationship between the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D and the plurality of lights 130A to 130D, and the color and temperature of light. A color temperature table 101B and a third light emission condition table 101E are stored.

  FIG. 10 is an image diagram showing a third light emission condition table 101E according to the present embodiment. Referring to FIG. 10, third light emission condition table 101E stores a difference (corrected value) between a reference temperature to be set and a measured outside air temperature in association with a season. However, as in the third embodiment, the third light emission condition table 101E may store the difference between the reference temperature to be set and the measured outside air temperature in association with the time zone.

  In the present embodiment, CPU 110 sets, as a reference temperature, a temperature that is lower by a predetermined temperature (corrected value) than the outside air temperature obtained from the outside air temperature sensor in summer. In the present embodiment, CPU 110 sets a temperature that is two degrees lower than the outside air temperature as the reference temperature in summer.

  In winter, the CPU 110 sets, as a reference temperature, a temperature that is higher by a predetermined temperature (correction value) than the outside air temperature obtained from the outside air temperature sensor. In the present embodiment, CPU 110 sets a temperature that is higher by 5 degrees from the outside air temperature as a reference temperature in winter.

  In the present embodiment, CPU 110 sets the outside temperature obtained from the outside temperature sensor as a reference temperature in spring and summer.

  That is, CPU 110 according to the present embodiment controls the color of light emitted from illumination 130 based on the reference temperature suitable for the outside air temperature and the season and / or time zone. Note that the third light emission condition table 101E according to the present embodiment shows data indicating whether or not to emit warm color light and whether or not to emit cold color light, as in the second embodiment. Data is also stored in association with the period.

<Control processing in home controller 100>
Next, control processing in the home controller 100 according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 11 is a flowchart showing a processing procedure of control processing in home controller 100 according to the present embodiment.

  Referring to FIG. 11, CPU 110 assigns 1 to variable n of memory 101 (step S402). In the memory 101, the number of the plurality of temperature sensors 120A to 120D is registered in advance as a variable N.

  The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and acquires the temperature from the nth temperature sensor 120 via the first communication interface 106 (step S404). CPU110 calculates the relative temperature with respect to the reference temperature of the acquired temperature. However, the CPU 110 may calculate the ratio of the relative temperature to the reference temperature.

  The CPU 110 acquires the current date and time from the clock 109. CPU110 refers to the 3rd light emission condition table 101E, and specifies the season corresponding to the present date. CPU110 determines whether it is summer (step S406).

  If it is summer (YES in step S406), CPU 110 obtains the outside temperature from outside temperature sensor 140 via first communication interface 106 (step S408). CPU110 acquires the correction value from the outside temperature corresponding to the present date from the 3rd light emission condition table 101E, and calculates a reference temperature from outside temperature and a correction value (step S410).

  CPU110 judges whether the temperature acquired from the temperature sensor 120 is more than reference temperature (step S412). When the temperature acquired from temperature sensor 120 is lower than the reference temperature (NO in step S412), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S430. When the temperature acquired from temperature sensor 120 is equal to or higher than the reference temperature (YES in step S412), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S426.

  If it is not summer (NO in step S406), CPU 110 determines whether it is winter (step S414). If it is winter (YES in step S414), CPU 110 obtains the outside air temperature from outside air temperature sensor 140 (step S416). CPU110 acquires the correction value from the outside temperature corresponding to the present date from the 3rd light emission condition table 101E, and calculates reference temperature from outside temperature and a correction value (step S418).

  CPU110 determines whether the acquired temperature is below reference temperature (step S420). If the acquired temperature is higher than the reference temperature (NO in step S420), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S430. If the acquired temperature is equal to or lower than the reference temperature (YES in step S420), CPU 110 executes the processing from step S426.

  If it is not winter (NO in step S414), CPU 110 obtains the outside air temperature from the outside air temperature sensor (step S422). CPU110 acquires the correction value from the outside temperature corresponding to the present date from the 3rd light emission condition table 101E, and calculates a reference temperature from outside temperature and a correction value (step S424).

  The CPU 110 refers to the color temperature table 101B and specifies a color corresponding to the relative temperature (ratio) (step S426). The CPU 110 refers to the device table 101A and identifies the illumination 130 corresponding to the nth temperature sensor 120. The CPU 110 commands the illumination 130 to emit light having a color corresponding to the relative temperature via the first communication interface 106 (step S428).

  CPU 110 increments variable n (step S430). CPU 110 determines whether or not variable n = N (step S432). CPU110 repeats the process from step S404, when it is not n = N (when it is NO in step S432). CPU110 repeats the process from step S402, when it is n = N (when it is YES in step S432).

  As described above, since the network system 1 according to the present embodiment changes the reference temperature according to the outside air temperature, it can control the color of the light emitted more suitably according to the outside temperature and the location. .

<Other embodiments>
Needless to say, the present invention can also be applied to a case where the program is achieved by supplying a program to a home controller, a home appliance, or a mobile phone. Then, a storage medium storing a program represented by software for achieving the present invention is supplied to the system or apparatus, and the computer (or CPU or MPU) of the system or apparatus stores the program code stored in the storage medium It is possible to enjoy the effects of the present invention also by reading and executing.

  In this case, the program code itself read from the storage medium realizes the functions of the above-described embodiment, and the storage medium storing the program code constitutes the present invention.

  Further, by executing the program code read by the computer, not only the functions of the above-described embodiments are realized, but also an OS (operating system) running on the computer based on the instruction of the program code However, it is needless to say that a case where the function of the above-described embodiment is realized by performing part or all of the actual processing and the processing is included.

  Further, after the program code read from the storage medium is written to a memory provided in a function expansion board inserted into the computer or a function expansion unit connected to the computer, the function expansion is performed based on the instruction of the program code. It goes without saying that the CPU or the like provided in the board or the function expansion unit performs part or all of the actual processing and the functions of the above-described embodiments are realized by the processing.

  The embodiment disclosed this time should be considered as illustrative in all points and not restrictive. The scope of the present invention is defined by the terms of the claims, rather than the description above, and is intended to include any modifications within the scope and meaning equivalent to the terms of the claims.

  1 network system, 100 home controller, 101 memory, 101A device table, 101B color temperature table, 101C first light emission condition table, 101D second light emission condition table, 101E third light emission condition table, 102 display, 103 tablet, 104 touch panel, 105 button, 106 first communication interface, 107 second communication interface, 108 speaker, 109 clock, 110 CPU, 120, 120A to 120D temperature sensor, 130, 130A to 130D illumination, 140 outside air temperature sensor, 200 Air conditioner.

Claims (12)

  1. Multiple temperature sensors;
    A plurality of lights for illuminating the surroundings of each of the plurality of temperature sensors;
    When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold-colored light, and when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is low, And a controller for controlling the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light.
  2. The controller is
    The first reference temperature is stored in association with the first period, and the second reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature is associated with the second period in which the air temperature is lower than the first period. Remember,
    In the first period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. And
    In the second period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit warm color light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. The network system according to claim 1.
  3. The controller is
    The first reference temperature is stored in association with the first period and the first time zone, and the second reference temperature is associated with the second period and the first time zone. Storing a third reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature in association with the first period and a second time zone in which the air temperature is lower than the first time zone, A fourth reference temperature lower than the reference temperature of 2 is stored in association with the second period and a second time zone in which the air temperature is lower than the first time zone,
    In the first time zone of the first period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is cooled only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature. Control to emit light,
    In the second time zone of the first period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is cooled only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the third reference temperature. Control to emit light,
    In the first time zone of the second period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is warmed only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature. Control to emit light,
    In the second time period of the second period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is warm-colored only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fourth reference temperature. The network system according to claim 2, wherein the network system is controlled so as to emit light.
  4. The controller is
    A fifth reference temperature that is lower than the first reference temperature and higher than the second reference temperature is set to a third period in which the air temperature is lower than the first period and higher than the second period. Memorize it,
    In the third period, when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the fifth reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold-colored light. 3. When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fifth reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit warm color light. Network system.
  5. The controller is
    Storing a first period and a second period in which the temperature is lower than the first period;
    In the first period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than a reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold-colored light,
    In the second period, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit warm light only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the reference temperature. Item 4. The network system according to Item 1.
  6. A communication interface for communicating with a plurality of temperature sensors and a plurality of lights for illuminating each of the plurality of temperature sensors;
    When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is controlled to emit cold light through the communication interface, and from each of the plurality of temperature sensors A controller for controlling the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm-colored light via the communication interface when the temperature is low.
  7. The first reference temperature is stored in association with the first period, and the second reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature is associated with the second period in which the air temperature is lower than the first period. Further comprising a memory for storing,
    The processor is
    In the first period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is made cold-colored via the communication interface. Control to emit light,
    In the second period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is connected to the warm color system via the communication interface. The controller of claim 6, wherein the controller is controlled to emit light.
  8. The memory stores the first reference temperature in association with the first period and the first time period, and stores the second reference temperature in the second period and the first time period. And a third reference temperature lower than the first reference temperature is stored in association with the first period and a second time zone in which the air temperature is lower than the first time zone. And storing a fourth reference temperature lower than the second reference temperature in association with the second period and a second time zone in which the air temperature is lower than the first time zone,
    The processor is
    In the first time zone of the first period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the first reference temperature, the temperature sensor is supported via the communication interface. Controlling the lighting to emit cold-colored light,
    In the second time zone of the first period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the third reference temperature, the temperature sensor is supported via the communication interface. Controlling the lighting to emit cold-colored light,
    In the first time period of the second period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the second reference temperature, the temperature sensor is supported via the communication interface. Controlling the lighting to emit warm-colored light,
    In the second time zone of the second period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fourth reference temperature, the temperature sensor is supported via the communication interface. The controller according to claim 7, wherein the lighting is controlled to emit warm color light.
  9. The memory has a fifth reference temperature that is lower than the first reference temperature and higher than the second reference temperature. The fifth reference temperature is lower than the first period and higher than the second period. Stored in association with the period of 3,
    In the third period, when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than the fifth reference temperature, the processor emits the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor via the communication interface. When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the fifth reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor is warm-colored via the communication interface. 8. The controller of claim 7, wherein the controller is controlled to emit light of the system.
  10. A memory for storing a first period and a second period where the temperature is lower than the first period;
    The processor is
    In the first period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is higher than a reference temperature, the light corresponding to the temperature sensor is emitted through the communication interface to emit cold-colored light. Control to
    In the second period, only when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is lower than the reference temperature, the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor emits warm color light via the communication interface. The controller according to claim 6, which is controlled as follows.
  11. A network system control method comprising: a plurality of temperature sensors; a plurality of lights for illuminating each of the plurality of temperature sensors; and a controller.
    The controller receiving a temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors;
    When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the controller controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light;
    When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is low, the controller includes a step of controlling the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm-colored light.
  12. A control method of a controller comprising: a plurality of temperature sensors; a communication interface for communicating with a plurality of lights for illuminating each of the plurality of temperature sensors; and a processor,
    The processor receiving a temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors via the communication interface;
    When the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is high, the processor controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit cold light through the communication interface;
    And when the temperature from each of the plurality of temperature sensors is low, the processor controls the illumination corresponding to the temperature sensor to emit warm color light via the communication interface. Method.
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