JP2013065488A - Bulb type lighting device - Google Patents

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JP2013065488A
JP2013065488A JP2011204067A JP2011204067A JP2013065488A JP 2013065488 A JP2013065488 A JP 2013065488A JP 2011204067 A JP2011204067 A JP 2011204067A JP 2011204067 A JP2011204067 A JP 2011204067A JP 2013065488 A JP2013065488 A JP 2013065488A
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Kazuo Nomura
和男 野村
Hiroshi Akai
寛 赤井
Norio Nakazato
典生 中里
Atsuhiko Urushibara
篤彦 漆原
Masatoshi Nishikawa
昌利 西川
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a bulb type lighting device with better radiation efficiency of a light-emitting body than that of a prior art.SOLUTION: In the bulb type lighting device provided with a light-emitting body equipped with light-emitting elements, a cover member covering the light-emitting body, a base, and a radiator with an open end of the cover member fitted to one end and the base fitted to the other end for releasing outside heat generated by the light-emitting body, the radiator is provided with a plurality of fins with different shapes. The fins are so set that positions of a part of the fins on a base-side end part are different from those of another part of the fins on the base-side end part.

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  The present invention relates to a light bulb type lighting device.
  2. Description of the Related Art A light bulb-type lighting device having a light emitter including a light emitting element such as an LED (Light Emitting Diode) has attracted attention in recent years because it can have a longer life and energy saving than an incandescent light bulb. On the other hand, it is known that the LED has a light emitting efficiency that decreases as the temperature rises, and the lifetime is shortened, and it is necessary to release heat generated from the LED to the outside.
  Accordingly, in relation to such a technique, for example, Patent Document 1 includes a light emitter and a heat conduction unit to which the light emitter is attached at one end in the lamp axis direction, and a lamp shaft around the heat conduction unit. A heat dissipating body in which a plurality of heat dissipating fins along the direction are provided in a radial direction, a heat dissipating fin facing portion that covers the substrate and is attached to one end of the heat conducting portion of the heat dissipating member and faces the heat dissipating fins A light bulb shaped lamp is described that includes a globe, a base provided at the other end of the heat radiator, and a lighting circuit that is housed between the heat radiator and the base and lights the light emitter.
JP 2010-733337 A
  However, in the technique described in Patent Document 1, the heat dissipation efficiency of the light emitter is still insufficient. That is, in the technique described in Patent Document 1, the efficiency of heat radiation to the outside of the bulb-type lighting device is still not good. This invention is made | formed in view of such a situation, The objective is to provide the lightbulb type illuminating device with a more favorable heat dissipation effect than before.
  As a result of intensive studies to solve the above problems, the present inventors have found that the above problems can be solved by providing fins having a predetermined shape, and the present invention has been completed.
  In order to solve the above-described problems, in the present invention, a light emitting body including a light emitting element, a cover member covering the light emitting body, a base, an opening end of the cover member is attached to one end, and the base is attached to the other end and light emission is performed. And a heat dissipation body that releases heat generated by the body to the outside. The heat dissipation body includes a plurality of fins having different shapes, and the fin is an end of the fin on the base side of some of the fins. It is characterized in that the position of the part and the position of the end part on the base side of a part of the fin that is different from the part of the fin are different.
  According to the present invention, a light emitter including a light emitting element, a cover member that covers the light emitter, a base, an opening end of the cover member is attached to one end, a base is attached to the other end, and the heat generated by the light emitter is generated. In a light bulb-type lighting device having a heat radiating body that emits to the outside, the heat radiating body has a plurality of fins having different shapes, and the fins are aligned with the positions of the end portions on the base side of some of the fins. The bulb-type lighting device can be provided with better heat dissipation efficiency of the light emitter than the conventional one by providing the fins at different positions on the base side of the fins that are different from the fins of the part. .
It is an external appearance front view of the light bulb type illuminating device concerning a 1st embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view of the light bulb type illuminating device according to the first embodiment. 2 is an enlarged view of a light emitter 12. FIG. It is the III-III sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is the IV-IV sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is the IV-IV sectional view taken on the line in FIG. It is a perspective view of the state where the cover member of the light bulb type lighting device concerning a 1st embodiment was removed. It is sectional drawing of the lightbulb type illuminating device which concerns on 2nd Embodiment.
  Hereinafter, a form (this embodiment) for carrying out the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
[1. First Embodiment]
FIG. 1 is an external front view of a light bulb type illumination device 10 according to the first embodiment. FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the bulb-type lighting device 10 shown in FIG. FIG. 4 is a longitudinal sectional view of the bulb-type lighting device 10 taken along the line III-III in FIG. FIG. 5 is a longitudinal sectional view of the bulb-type lighting device 10 taken along line IV-IV in FIG.
  As shown in FIG. 1, the light bulb-type lighting device 10 emits heat generated by the light emitter while the cover member 15 covering the light emitter (not shown in FIG. 1) and the opening end 16 of the cover member 15 are attached. And a heat radiating body 20 to be used. The heat radiator 20 includes fins 42. In the present embodiment, the fin 42 includes two types of fins, a fin B112 and a fin A111. The fin B112 is a member shorter than the fin A111. The fin B112 and the fin A111 are alternately provided. The heat of the light emitter is emitted to the outside mainly from the outer surface of the fin 42. Details of heat dissipation will be described later.
  The bulb-type lighting device 10 has a base 50 for electrically connecting to a commercial power source by screwing into a socket (not shown) for a general lighting bulb installed outside the indoor ceiling or the like. Yes. Further, an insulating ring 51 having electrical insulation is disposed between the base 50 and the radiator 20.
  As shown in FIG. 2, the light emitter 12 and the like are disposed between the cover member 15 and the heat radiator 20. The light emitter 12 has a substantially circular substrate 13, and a plurality of LEDs 11 (chips) are arranged near the center of the mounting surface, which is one surface of the substrate 13.
  As LED11, what emits blue light is used, for example. The plurality of LEDs 11 are covered with a transparent sealing resin such as a silicone resin. In this sealing resin, a phosphor for color-converting light emitted from the LED 11 is mixed. As the phosphor, for example, a material emitting yellow light is used. For this reason, the blue light from the LED 11 is color-converted by such a phosphor, and white light can be emitted to the outside.
  The cover member (globe) 15 is made of a translucent resin such as milky white glass or PC (polycarbonate), and is provided so as to cover the light emitter 12. The cover member 15 opens toward the heat radiating body 20 and forms an open end 16. The opening end portion 16 is in contact with the cover member mounting portion 21 of the radiator 20 and is fixed to the radiator 20 with an adhesive or the like. Further, the opening end 16 side of the cover member 15 is formed to be narrowed, and a narrowed portion 17 is provided. The cover member 15 includes a spherical portion, a constricted portion 17 and an open end portion 16, and is formed so as to be smooth from the spherical portion to the constricted portion 17 and from the constricted portion 17 to the open end portion 16. In the present embodiment, the cover member 15 is integrally molded.
  The cover member 15 may contain a light diffusing material that diffuses light from the light emitter 12. The light from the LED of the light emitter 12 is highly directional. However, if configured in this manner, the light from the LED 11 of the light emitter 12 is diffused when passing through the cover member 15, so that the light distribution characteristics are widened. In this embodiment, the cover member 15 contains 1% titanium oxide. As the titanium oxide content increases, the light from the LED 11 scatters and the light distribution increases, but at the same time, it becomes difficult to transmit through the cover member 15.
  The heat radiator 20 includes a light emitter attachment portion 22 to which the light emitter 12 is attached and a cylindrical body portion 23 to which the light emitter attachment portion 22 is connected. Note that radial fins 42 are formed on the outer peripheral surface of the body portion 23 so as to extend toward the cover member 15. And the trunk | drum 23 is carrying out the external appearance from which a diameter becomes large, so that it goes to the opening end part 16 side view. The light emitter mounting portion 22 and the body portion 23 are configured separately. Here, the light emitter attachment portion 22 and the body portion 23 are connected so that efficient heat conduction is possible by surface contact (contact).
  The trunk | drum 23 is formed from the material with high heat conductivity. Examples of the material of the body portion 23 include metal materials such as aluminum (including an alloy). Aluminum is preferable because it is lightweight, has high thermal conductivity, is excellent in corrosion resistance and workability, is strong, has low cost, and has a beautiful appearance. Further, the light emitter attachment portion 22 is formed of a material having a higher thermal conductivity than the body portion 23. Examples of the material of the light emitter mounting portion 22 include metal materials such as copper and silver (including alloys).
  Thereby, the heat generated in the light emitter 12 is efficiently conducted to the body portion 23 through the light emitter attachment portion 22 and is released from the fins 42 to the outside air. In addition, the thermal radiation coating for improving heat dissipation may be apply | coated to the outer surface of the trunk | drum 23. FIG.
  As described above, the opening end portion 16 side of the cover member 15 is formed to be narrowed to form the narrowed portion 17. A part of the fin 42 is arranged (accommodated) in the space created by the formation of the constricted portion 17. By configuring the cover member 15 in this manner, the fins 42 can be extended in the optical axis direction of the light emitter 12. As a result, the surface area of the fin 42 can be increased, and the heat dissipation effect by the fin 42 can be further enhanced.
  The light emitter attachment portion 22 includes a placement portion 24 on which the light emitter 12 is placed, and an extension portion 25 that extends from the outer edge of the placement portion 24 toward the barrel portion 23 and contacts the inner surface 36 of the barrel portion 23. ing. When the extending portion 25 comes into contact with the inner surface 36 of the trunk portion 23, the extending portion 25 preferably has elasticity so as to urge the inner surface 36 of the trunk portion 23 with a predetermined elastic force to apply a contact pressure.
  In this sense, the light emitter attachment portion 22 may be formed of, for example, spring beryllium copper having spring properties. According to such a configuration of the light emitter mounting portion 22, manufacturing is easy and low cost can be realized. Furthermore, the thermal conductivity can be made good. The connection relationship among the light emitter attachment portion 22, the storage case 39, and the body portion 23 will be described in detail in an assembly method described later.
  A heat insulating plate 27 is provided on the opposite side (rear surface) of the placement unit 24 to the surface on which the light emitter 12 is placed. That is, a heat insulating plate 27 is provided between the light emitter mounting portion 22 and a power circuit board 35 described later. Accordingly, it is possible to prevent heat generated by the light emitter 12 from being excessively conducted to the power circuit board 35 and adversely affecting the power circuit board 35.
  A power supply circuit board 35 for supplying predetermined power to the LEDs 11 of the light emitter 12 through the lead wires 14 (partially omitted in FIG. 2) and a power supply circuit board 35 are housed inside the heat radiating body 20. A storage case 39 made of resin is provided. The power supply circuit board 35 and the base 50 are connected by lead wires (not shown) for supplying commercial power to the power supply circuit board 35.
  The power supply circuit board 35 is obtained by mounting a plurality of electronic components (not shown) on the board. The power supply circuit board 35 includes, for example, a circuit that rectifies AC power from a commercial power source into DC power, a circuit that adjusts the voltage of the DC power after rectification, and the like.
  The storage case 39 is installed inside the trunk portion 23. The storage case 39 is made of a resin such as PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) or PC (polycarbonate). And the groove part 46 is formed in the cover member 15 side of the storage case 39, and the guide part 65 mentioned later is accommodated. A cap 50 is fitted to the end 41 of the storage case 39 opposite to the light emitter 12 and is fixed by an adhesive or the like. As described above, the radiator 20 and the base 50 are insulated by the insulating ring 51.
  The power circuit board 35 housed in the housing case 39 is densely filled with a resin (not shown) having good thermal conductivity and high electrical insulation, and the heat generated in the power circuit board 35 is radiated from the heat radiator. 20 can be efficiently conducted to the body 23, the fins 42, and the base 50. The filling of the resin around the power supply circuit board 35 is performed in a state where the wiring in the body portion 23 and the fins 42 and on the base 50 side is finished and the base 50 is attached. When a resin having a linear expansion coefficient applied to the housing case 39 is selected to be larger than the linear expansion coefficient of the metal material applied to the body portion 23, the housing is accommodated due to a temperature rise due to heat generated in the light emitter 12 and the power supply circuit board. Case 39 relatively thermally expands. Therefore, when the extending portion 25 comes into contact with the inner surface 36 of the body portion 23, the housing case 39 can press the extending portion 25 to improve the thermal conductivity.
  The light emitter 12 is placed on the placement portion 24 of the light emitter attachment portion 22 via the heat transfer sheet 60. The heat transfer sheet 60 is formed of a sheet-like material having good thermal conductivity and high electrical insulation, such as silicone rubber. However, instead of the heat transfer sheet 60, grease having good thermal conductivity and high electrical insulation may be used.
  A holder 61 having a substantially circular frame shape is disposed so as to contact and cover the upper surface edge of the light emitter 12 placed on the placement unit 24. An opening 62 is formed in the center of the holder 61 so that the LED 11 is exposed to the outside. The holder 61 is formed from a heat-resistant and electrically insulating resin material such as PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) or PC (polycarbonate).
  A guide portion 65 that guides the lead wire 14 that connects the LED 11 and the power supply circuit board 35 is formed at the edge portion of the holder 61. Further, through holes 63 are formed at three locations in the circumferential direction of the holder 61 through which the screw members 64 are inserted when the holder 61 is fixed to the body portion 23 at substantially equal intervals. At the time of assembling the bulb-type lighting device 10, the screw member 64 is screwed into the screw hole 44 (provided in the body portion 23) through the through hole 63.
  Next, the bulb-type lighting device 10 will be further described with reference to FIGS. 4A and 5 show a cross section of the illumination type electric bulb apparatus 10, and FIG. As shown in FIGS. 4A and 5, the opening end 16 side of the cover member 15 is narrowed inward, and a narrowed portion 17 is formed. A part of the fins 42 is provided radially in a space created by the formation of the narrowed portion 17 so as to surround the narrowed portion 17. At this time, the front end portion 42 b of the fin 42 is provided to face the cover member 15. Further, the size (thickness) of the fin 42 is set so that a part of the outer surface of the fin 42 and the outer surface of the cover member 15 are substantially flat.
  The shape of the fin 42 is formed such that its thickness gradually decreases in the direction toward the tip end portion 42b of the fin 42 as shown in the figure. However, the tip end portion 42b has a thickness. That is, the tip end portion 42b has a shape with a flat upper portion, not a sharp shape. By forming the tip portion 42b in this way, when the user handles the bulb-type lighting device 10, it is possible to prevent the tip portion 42b of the fin 42 from being caught by an operator. As a result, workability and safety when using the bulb-type lighting device 10 can be improved. In addition, the surface area of the fins 42 can be increased while avoiding an excessive increase in the size of the bulb-type lighting device 10, and the heat dissipation effect can be further improved.
  In addition, since the heat dissipation effect by a chimney effect increases, the height (length) of the fin 42 is so preferable that it is high. However, when the height of the fin 42 is simply increased, the size of the bulb-type lighting device 10 may become excessively large. Therefore, in the bulb-type lighting device 10, the cover member 15 is provided with the narrowed portion 17 so that a part of the fin 42 is accommodated in the space created by forming the narrowed portion 17. In this manner, the heat dissipation effect from the light emitter 12 is improved while preventing the light bulb-type lighting device from becoming excessively large and preventing light from being shielded excessively.
  As shown in FIG. 4B, a space 18 is provided between the inner wall 17 a of the narrowed portion 17 and the inner wall 42 a of the fin 42. By providing such a space 18, a high heat dissipation effect can be obtained using the leading edge effect. That is, since the cover member 15 is an obstacle (a member that does not contribute to heat dissipation) when radiating heat from the light emitter 12, heat dissipation from the light emitter 12 is hindered when a member that is in close contact with the cover member 15 exists. there is a possibility. Therefore, by providing the space 18 and causing a flow of air to bring a large amount of air into contact with the fins 42, heat radiation from the fins 42 can be efficiently performed.
  Furthermore, as described above, the fins 42 are formed so as to be narrower in the direction toward the tip member 42b. Accordingly, heat can be radiated using the leading edge effect, and a heat radiating effect due to the chimney effect can be obtained. In this way, the heat dissipation effect can be improved as compared with the conventional case.
  Further, by providing the fins 42, the cover member 15 can be exposed to the outside from between the adjacent fins 42. As a result, it is possible to increase the amount of light emitted from the light emitter 12 that is irradiated to the outside as compared with the case where the opening end side of the cover member is covered with a heat radiator. Further, the fin 42 is subjected to light scattering surface treatment or coating. Specifically, in this embodiment, titanium oxide is coated on the surface of the fin 42.
  Thereby, irregular reflection of light is promoted, and even if it is light with high directivity, the projection of the shadow by the fin 42 can be prevented. As a result, the light distribution characteristic of the light from the light emitter 12 can be widened, and there is an advantage that there is no restriction on the application to which the bulb-type lighting device 10 can be applied. Specifically, for example, it can be suitably used even inside an instrument having a small accommodation space such as a pendant.
  Furthermore, the thermal energy propagated from the light emitter 12 by the titanium oxide can be converted into far infrared rays and easily released to the outside.
  In addition, when coating titanium oxide on the surface of the fin 42, so-called surface treatment may be performed by spraying titanium oxide onto the surface of the fin 42, or titanium oxide is suspended in a volatile solvent, and the suspended solution is added. It may be applied to the fins 42 to volatilize and remove the solvent.
  FIG. 7A shows a state where the cover member 15 is removed from the light bulb type lighting device 10. As shown in FIG. 7A, the fins 42 are provided radially so as to surround the light emitter 12. FIG. 7B shows an enlarged view of the vicinity of the fin 42. As shown in FIG.7 (b), in the fin 42, the shape of the front-end | tip part 42b is a triangle shape.
  In other words, the fin 42 has a triangular shape with a corner that faces the outer surface near the opening end 16 of the cover member 15 as one vertex. Since the tip part 42b of the fin 42 has such a shape, the bulb-type lighting device 10 with higher safety can be obtained without being caught by the tip part 42b.
  Further, since the tip end portion 42b has a triangular shape, the air in contact with the heat-given fins 42 conducted from the light emitter 12 can easily flow to the outside. Further, air can be uniformly contacted with the entire fin 42. Therefore, heat conduction from the fins 42 to the air can be performed efficiently. That is, since the tip end portion 42b has such a shape, the heat dissipation effect can be further enhanced. Moreover, the designability can be improved.
  So far, the description has been made on the assumption that the top and bottom of FIG. That is, the description has been made on the assumption that the lighting device 10 is provided so that the base 50 is on the ceiling side and the cover member 15 is on the floor surface side. From now on, as shown in FIG. 1, the case where the air flow by natural convection is in the direction from the base 50 side to the cover member 15 side will be described. That is, the case where the illuminating device 10 is provided so that the base 50 is on the floor side and the cover member 15 is on the ceiling side will be described.
  As described above, the heat radiating body 20 includes the flat portion 110 and the fins 42. The fin 42 includes a fin A111 and a fin B112. The fin A111 and the fin B112 have different shapes and have different lengths in this embodiment. Further, the fin A111 and the fin B112 are provided so as to rise from the flat portion 110, but the rising shape of each fin is different. In this embodiment, the fin B112 has a rising shape that rises smoothly from the flat portion 110, and the fin A111 has a rising shape that rises at an angle with respect to the flat portion 110 rather than the fin B112. doing. Although the lengths of the fin A111 and the fin B112 are different, the end portions of the fin A111 and the fin B112 on the cover member 15 side are provided so as to be substantially on the same plane. That is, the end portions of the fins A111 and B11 on the flat portion 110 side are not located on the same plane. The start position of the fin 42 provided on the radiator 20 from the base 50 side on the flat portion 110 of the main body barrel 23 is shifted so that the adjacent fins A111 and 112 alternate, and the fins A111 and 112 The rising shape of the end facing the base 50 side is also provided so as to be alternately different. The heat generated in the light emitter 12 propagates to the radiator 20 and is transferred from the fins 42 to the air to generate natural convection. Between the fins 42, the air gains further driving force due to the chimney effect and the flow velocity increases. The air in the vicinity of the base 50 is drawn by the viscosity of the air. When air moves from the vicinity of the base 50 to the flat portion 110 of the main body barrel 23, heat is transferred from the flat portion 110 to the air. Since the temperature boundary layer becomes thicker as it moves, the heat transfer coefficient becomes smaller. However, by having such a shape of the fins A111 and 112, a turbulent flow can be generated with respect to the air flow. By generating turbulent flow, cold air outside the temperature boundary layer away from the flat portion 110 is entrained, and the temperature boundary layer is updated at the root portion (base side) of the fins A111 and 112, leading edge effect The heat dissipation effect can be further enhanced by positively utilizing the heat dissipation promotion of the surface of the fin 42 and the turbulent heat transfer. Moreover, the designability can be improved.
  Next, a method for assembling the bulb-type lighting device 10 will be described.
  As shown in FIG. 2, the storage case 39 is fitted into the body portion 23. Subsequently, the power supply circuit board 35 is inserted into the storage case 39 with the longitudinal direction thereof being vertical, and is engaged with an engaging portion (not shown) in the storage case 39 for storage. At this time, the end of a lead wire (not shown) connected in advance to the power circuit board 35 is drawn out from the storage case 39.
  On the other hand, an input lead wire (not shown) connected in advance to the power circuit board 35 is connected to a predetermined portion of the base 50. Then, the base 50 is fitted and attached to the end portion 41 of the storage case 39 so that the insulating ring 51 is interposed between the radiator 20 and the base 50.
  Subsequently, the light emitter attachment portion 22 on which the light emitter 12 is placed is attached to the trunk portion 23 together with the heat insulating material 27. At this time, the extending portions 25 of the light emitter mounting portion 22 are inserted into support holes 47 provided at equal intervals on the light emitter 12 side of the storage case 39 already fitted in the body portion 23. In this way, the extending portion 25 and the inner surface 36 of the body portion 23 are in surface contact.
  Then, by inserting the screw member 64 through the through hole 63 of the holder 61 and screwing it into the screw hole 44 formed in the end surface 48 of the pedestal portion 43 of the trunk portion 23, the light emitter 12 and the light emitter attachment portion 22 become the trunk portion. 23. At this time, the guide portion 65 of the holder 61 is accommodated in the notch portion 46 formed in the storage case 39.
  Subsequently, the lead wire 14 drawn out from the inside of the storage case 39 is wound around the guide portion 46 of the storage case 39, and the tip of the lead wire 14 is soldered to the LED 11 of the light emitter 12 by a connector or the like. Connecting.
  Finally, the cover member 15 is attached to the cover member attachment portion 21 of the heat radiating body 20 so as to cover the light emitter 12, and the assembly of the bulb-type lighting device 10 is completed. However, the method for assembling the bulb-type lighting device 10 is not limited to the above-described method, and can be changed as appropriate.
[2. Second Embodiment]
Next, the light bulb type illumination device 20 according to the second embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. In FIG. 8, the same members as those in the bulb-type lighting device 10 shown in FIGS. 2 to 7 are denoted by the same reference numerals, and detailed description thereof is omitted.
  Unlike the light bulb-type lighting device 10, the light bulb-type lighting device 20 illustrated in FIG. 8 is configured such that the light emitter 12 enters the cover member 15. That is, the extending portion 25 of the light emitter mounting portion 22, the storage case 39, and the like are longer in the optical axis direction of the light emitter 12 than in the case of the bulb-type lighting device 10. By configuring the light bulb type illumination device in this way, light from the light emitter 12 can be made to reach all directions. As a result, the light from the light emitter 12 can be evenly irradiated around the bulb-type lighting device 20.
[3. Example of change]
The bulb-type lighting device according to the present embodiment can be appropriately modified and implemented within the range not impairing the gist in addition to the above-described embodiments.
  For example, the light scattering agent is applied to the surface of the fin 42 as described above, but a metal material such as aluminum powder or a metal oxide material such as silica powder may be further applied. For example, by adding aluminum powder, the external appearance of the light bulb-type lighting device can have a more metallic texture. Moreover, light can be reflected by aluminum by apply | coating aluminum powder. As a result, irregular reflection of light can be further promoted, and the alignment characteristics of light can be broadened.
  Further, the outer wall 17a and the inner wall 42a described with reference to FIG. 4 (b) do not necessarily have to be in a form in which the surfaces are not parallel to each other as shown in FIG. 4 (b). That is, even if the surfaces of the outer wall 17a and the inner wall 42a are parallel to each other, the same effect as in the present invention can be obtained by configuring the fin 42 and the constricted portion 17 of the cover member 15 so that the space 18 is provided. .
  Further, in FIG. 4B, the two surfaces of the outer wall 17a and the inner wall 42a are formed to be inclined with respect to the optical axis method of the light emitter 12, but in a direction parallel to the optical axis direction ( That is, it may be formed so as to be in the vertical direction of the drawing.
  In general, the larger the space 18, the greater the heat dissipation effect of the light emitter 12. However, since the size of the bulb-type lighting device itself can be increased as the space 18 becomes larger, the positional relationship between the inner wall 17a and the inner wall 42a and the size of the space 18 may be determined in consideration of them.
  Furthermore, if the shape of the front-end | tip part 42b is a shape which does not inhibit the flow of air, it will not be limited to a triangle shape. For example, a rectangular shape whose one corner faces the cover member 15 can be used.
  Further, the number and height of the fins 42 to be provided are not limited to the above-described embodiments and illustrated matters. Accordingly, the number and height of the fins 42 may be set in consideration of the allowable size of the bulb-type lighting device 10.
  Furthermore, in the said embodiment, although several LED11 is arrange | positioned at matrix form, you may arrange | position at other shapes, such as radial form. Moreover, the light from the light emitter 12 is not limited to white, and can be set to a desired color using LEDs or phosphors having different emission colors. Furthermore, the mounting method of the LED 11 is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and the light emitter 12 may be any one provided with one or more LEDs 11.
  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although LED11 is provided in the light-emitting body 12, other light emitting elements (a semiconductor light emitting element is included), such as EL (Electro-Luminescence), may be provided, for example.
10 Light Bulb Lighting Device 11 LED (Light Emitting Element)
12 Light Emitter 15 Cover Member 16 Open End 20 Heat Dissipator 22 Light Emitter Attachment 23 Main Body 24 Placement 25 Extending Part

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  1. A light-emitting body including a light-emitting element, a cover member that covers the light-emitting body, a base, an opening end of the cover member is attached to one end, the base is attached to the other end, and heat generated by the light-emitting body is transmitted to the outside. In a bulb-type lighting device having a heat radiating body,
    The radiator has a plurality of differently shaped fins,
    The fins are provided such that the positions of the end portions of the fins on the base side of the fins are different from the positions of the end portions of the fins of the fins that are different from the partial fins. A light bulb type lighting device characterized by the above.
  2. A light-emitting body including a light-emitting element, a cover member that covers the light-emitting body, a base, an opening end of the cover member is attached to one end, the base is attached to the other end, and heat generated by the light-emitting body is transmitted to the outside. In a bulb-type lighting device having a heat radiating body,
    The radiator has a flat portion and a plurality of fins having different lengths extending from the flat portion toward the cover member,
    The fins are provided such that the positions of the end portions of the fins on the base side of the fins and the positions of the end portions of the fins on the base side of the fins that are different from the partial fins are alternately provided. A light bulb-type lighting device characterized by that.
  3. The light bulb-type lighting device according to claim 1 or 2,
    The shape of the end on the side of the part of the base and the shape of the end of the part of the base of the different part of the fin are different from each other.
  4. The light bulb-type lighting device according to claim 1 or 2,
    An end of the fin on the cover member side is on the same plane.
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