JP4384122B2 - Amusement machine lighting equipment group - Google Patents

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JP4384122B2
JP4384122B2 JP2006004981A JP2006004981A JP4384122B2 JP 4384122 B2 JP4384122 B2 JP 4384122B2 JP 2006004981 A JP2006004981 A JP 2006004981A JP 2006004981 A JP2006004981 A JP 2006004981A JP 4384122 B2 JP4384122 B2 JP 4384122B2
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The present invention relates to a group of lighting devices for gaming machines that are installed at appropriate locations on gaming machines and that excite the fun of gaming by causing LEDs to emit light.

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there are pachinko gaming machines that are a type of gaming machine, for example, having an illumination device on top of a variable display device as a center accessory mounted on the surface of the gaming board. This electric decoration device uses an incandescent light bulb, which is a lamp, as a light emitter, and includes the lamp and a reflector that rotates around the lamp and reflects the light of the lamp. Then, when the rotating reflector is positioned on the front side of the lamp in a state where the lamp is lit, the lamp is covered with the reflector and the light is hardly seen from the player side, while the reflector is When the board is positioned on the rear side of the lamp, the light of the lamp and the light are reflected by the reflecting plate and are strongly irradiated to the player side. In this way, the light change can be enjoyed (for example, see Patent Document 1).
JP 2004-73324 A (page 5-6, FIG. 3)

  The electric decoration device of Patent Document 1 is generally called a “pat lamp” and is often seen, and the feature is that the bright and darkness of the lamp is repeated. However, the operation of repeating the light and darkness of the lamp in this way is general and becoming more ruined, and there is an increasing expectation that players will want to see more innovative light effects in order to excite the fun of the game. Yes. Moreover, since the said lighting device uses the lamp | ramp, ie, an incandescent light bulb, as a light-emitting body, there exists a subject that not only the power consumption is large but also the size reduction of a lighting device is difficult.

Therefore, the present invention has been made to solve the above-mentioned problems, gives further changes in light to the so-called patrol lamp, and enhances the excitement of the game so that a novel light effect can be enjoyed. Moreover, it is an object of the present invention to provide an electrical decoration device group for a gaming machine that requires less power consumption and can be easily reduced in size.

In order to achieve such an object, the electrical device group of gaming machines according to the present invention is an electrical device group disposed at a desired position of the gaming machine, and the electrical device group is disposed along a transparent mounting plate. A plurality of illumination devices, each of the illumination devices is configured such that an inner surface of the first light emitter is opposed to the first light emitter by a driving unit and a first light emitter made of an LED. A first reflecting plate that turns and has an inner surface and an outer surface that are mirror surfaces, and an inner surface that is disposed on one side of the first reflecting plate so as to surround the first reflecting plate and that faces the first reflecting plate. A second reflecting plate that is a mirror surface, a second light emitting element that is arranged on the second reflecting plate side and that emits light to irradiate the first reflecting plate side, and on the other side around the first reflecting plate. A translucent cover member to be disposed, and the mounting plate has a through hole into which the cover member is fitted. And forming a concavo-convex surface on one side back surface of each through hole, disposing a sub-reflective member having a front surface open and facing the back side of each concavo-convex surface, and the entire outer peripheral surface being a mirror surface, An LED that emits light in the recess of each sub-reflection member is arranged.

Further, the translucent cover member in each of the lighting devices may be a chromatic color LED, and the first light emitter and the second light emitter may be white LEDs.

Further, the translucent cover member in each of the lighting devices is transparent, and at least one of the first light emitter and the second light emitter is an LED that emits light by freely changing the color. You may do it. Further, the expectation of a big hit state that is advantageous to the player gradually increases as the first light emitter and the second light emitter emit light from the first lighting device to the last lighting device. Is preferred.

In the electrical device group of gaming machines according to claim 1, the first reflective plate is positioned on the front side of the first light emitter and the player side from the player side while the first reflective plate in each electrical device is turning. Even if the light of the first light emitter cannot be seen, the light of the first light emitter and the light reflected on the inner surface of the first reflector are reflected on the inner surface which is the mirror surface of the second reflector. The light is indirectly irradiated from the outer peripheral edge side of the first reflector to the player side. In addition, the light of the second light emitter is reflected on the inner surface of the first reflecting plate and reflected on the inner surface of the second reflecting plate, and is indirectly irradiated from the outer peripheral edge side of the first reflecting plate to the player side. On the other hand, even when the first reflector is located behind the first light emitter and the light from the first light emitter is visible from the player side, the light from the second light emitter is reflected on the mirror surface of the first reflector. The light is reflected on a certain outer surface and reflected on the inner surface of the second reflecting plate, and is indirectly irradiated from the outer peripheral edge side of the first reflecting plate to the player side. Each LED disposed between the illumination devices also emits light to irradiate the uneven surface of the mounting plate.

  As described above, since the light is reflected by the first and second reflecting plates, not only the amount of light emission increases, but also in the direct light brightness and darkness during the turning of the first reflecting plate. Indirect light can be added to produce an extremely varied light effect, which has the effect of exciting the game. In addition, since LEDs are used as the first and second light emitters, it is economical because it consumes less power, and the size of the lighting device can be easily reduced without considering the position of the motor or the like. effective.

  If the translucent cover member is a chromatic color LED and the first light emitter and the second light emitter emit white light, as in the electrical decoration device according to claim 2, the color of the cover member is desired. By selecting the color, it is possible to emit light in a color suitable for the game content.

If the translucent cover member is transparent and at least one of the first light emitter and the second light emitter is a so-called full-color LED that freely changes color, as in the electrical decoration device according to claim 3, light emission is in progress. The color can be changed freely, and the color will change. In addition, as in claim 4, as the first light emitting body and the second light emitting body emit light from the first lighting device to the last lighting device, the degree of expectation that becomes a big hit state advantageous to the player gradually increases. By doing so, the interest of the game can be enhanced.

  In particular, in the present invention, a plurality of illumination devices are arranged side by side, and the color of each light-transmitting cover member is changed, or at least one of the first and second light emitters is a full color LED. By changing the rotation direction and the rotation speed of the first reflector that is swung by the means, a variety of light variations can appear.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Embodiments of an electrical decoration device group for gaming machines according to the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. The electrical equipment group of the present invention includes pachinko machines, arrange ball machines, sparrow ball machines, pachislot machines, parrot (registered trademark) machines, slot machines installed in game centers, various game machines, etc. It is applied to the game machine. Moreover, in these game machines, the mounting position of the electrical decoration device is appropriately arranged at a desired position. The parrot machine is a gaming machine capable of playing a pachislot machine using a pachinko ball as a game medium while maintaining the relationship between the pachislot machine and the pachinko gaming machine.

  FIG. 1 is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine to which the present invention is applied. The pachinko gaming machine P has an outer frame 1 formed in a vertical rectangular frame shape, and a game board mounting frame (not shown) is arranged on the front surface of the outer frame 1, and a game is mounted on the game board mounting frame. Board 2 is installed. An outer guide rail 3a and an inner guide rail 3b are laid in a substantially circular shape on the front surface of the game board 2, and a game portion 2a is formed by being surrounded by the outer and inner guide rails 3a and 3b.

  The game unit 2a is provided with a large variable display device 4 serving as a center accessory at the center thereof. Below that, a winning prize opening 5 for operating the variable display device 4 when a game ball wins, the variable display device 4 displays a special symbol on the display unit 4a, and the special symbol is predetermined. When the game is stopped and displayed in a specific stop mode, the special gaming state is entered, and the door 8 of the winning opening 7 is rotated forward to make it easy to generate a lot of winning balls at a time. A so-called board component such as a large winning device 6 is arranged. In addition, light-transmitting synthetic resin side lamps 9 and 9 are disposed along the inner side of the inner guide rail 3b at the lower part of the game unit 2a. . Reference numeral 10 denotes an out-ball opening for discharging out-balls that have been driven into the game unit 2 a and have not become winning balls to the outside of the pachinko gaming machine P.

  A front frame 11 is provided on the front surface of the game board mounting frame so as to be openable and closable on one side. The front frame 11 has a size that covers the entire front surface of the game board mounting frame, and the front surface is made of synthetic resin and has a very rich design. A window opening 12 facing the game portion 2a of the game board 2 is opened at a substantially center thereof, and a pair of transparent synthetic resin plates 13 are attached to the window opening 12. A pair of transparent glass plates may be attached to the window opening 12. An upper ball tray 14 for supplying game balls to a hitting ball launching position (not shown) is formed integrally with the lower portion of the front frame 11, and the game balls overflowing from the upper ball tray 14 are stored below the upper ball tray 14. For this purpose, a lower ball tray 15 is integrally formed. An operation handle 16 is attached to a lower corner portion on one side of the front frame 11. Reference numeral 17 denotes a speaker that produces sound effects to excite the fun of the game.

  In the present invention, three illumination devices A, B, and C are arranged side by side as an illumination device group D on the game board 2 surface and above one side of the variable display device 4. All of these illumination devices A, B, and C have the same configuration. 2 is a perspective view of the electrical decoration device group, FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view thereof, FIG. 4 is an exploded perspective view of the rotating unit, FIG. 5 is a plan sectional view of the electrical decoration device, and FIG. Sectional drawing and FIG. 7 show the YY sectional view taken on the line of FIG.

  The electrical decoration device group D has a front horizontally long transparent mounting plate 18 made of a synthetic resin material that is attached to the two game boards. The mounting plate 18 has three substantially rectangular through holes 19, 19, 19, and is made of a synthetic resin that surrounds each of the through holes 19, 19, 19 except for the lower part on the rear surface of the mounting plate 18. The side frame 20 is integrally provided. In addition, an uneven surface 21 is formed on the back surface of each through hole 19 so that light passing through this portion is diffused. Reference numeral 22 denotes a mounting hole provided at an appropriate location on the mounting plate 18.

  Each of the through holes 19 has an appropriate color from the back side, and in this case, in FIG. 2, a cover member 23a made of a light-transmitting synthetic resin colored in red on the left, orange in the middle, and yellow on the right, respectively. 23b and 23c are fitted. Each of the cover members 23a, 23b, and 23c has a size that matches each of the through holes 19, and is integrally provided with a surrounding piece 25 that protrudes rearward from the upper edge and both side edges of each front plate 24. A transparent plate-like lens plate 26 is attached to the rear surface of each front plate 24.

  A synthetic resin rear frame 27 covering the rear side of the mounting plate 18 is disposed on the rear side of the mounting plate 18. The rear frame 27 is provided with a second reflector 28 whose entire outer peripheral surface is resin-plated in silver, and is recessed corresponding to each of the through-holes 19 in a bowl shape to the rear. Three accommodating portions 29, 29, 29 are formed on the front side of 28. A circular through-hole 30 is formed at a substantially central portion of each second reflecting plate 28 so as to be positioned vertically and horizontally. Each through-hole 30 is for allowing LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c, which will be described later, to face each housing portion 29 from the rear side. In addition, a rotation unit 53 to be described later is arranged and fixed in each accommodating portion 29. For this reason, a mounting recess 31 that is further recessed rearward is formed in the lower portion of the second reflecting plate 28 of each housing portion 29, and bearing recesses 32, 32 are formed on the vertical surfaces of both front edges of each mounting recess 31. A horizontal support plate 33 is provided at a rear end position of each mounting recess 31 so as to be slightly below the bearing recesses 32, 32.

  Two upper and lower through holes 34, 34 are opened on one side front surface adjacent to each accommodating portion 29 of the rear frame 27 so as to be opposed to each uneven surface 21 of the mounting plate 18. Further, a sub-reflection member 35 made of synthetic resin is disposed on the front surface of each one side. Each sub-reflection member 35 is formed in a vertically long box shape with the front surface open, and the entire outer peripheral surface thereof is plated with silver resin to form a mirror surface. Sub-through holes 36 and 36 corresponding to the through-holes 34 and 34 are formed in the rear wall of the sub-reflection member 35. In addition, a boss 38 having a screw hole 37 is provided on the rear surface of each sub-reflection member 35.

  In a state where each sub-reflection member 35 is in contact with each side surface of the rear frame 27, a boss 38 protruding from the rear surface of each sub-reflection member 35 is provided through an opening 39 provided on each side surface. It protrudes backward.

  A wiring board 40 is disposed on the rear side of each second reflecting plate 28 of the rear frame 27. Each wiring board 40 is attached to a board holding member 40a, and the front surface of each wiring board 40 is positioned on the front surface of each second reflecting plate 28 and corresponding to the three through holes 30 on both sides. LEDs 41 a, 41 b, 41 c as second light emitters that face the respective accommodating portions 29 from the respective through holes 30 are arranged. These LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c all emit white light. Further, these LEDs 41 a, 41 b, 41 c may be protruded from the inner surface 28 a of each second reflecting plate 28 into each housing portion 29. A capacitor 42 attached to each wiring board 40 faces each of the lower through holes 30. Screw insertion holes 43, 43 are provided on both sides of each substrate holding member 40 a, and these screw insertion holes 43, 43 match the screw holes 45 of the bosses 44 projecting on both sides of each second reflector 28. Then, each wiring board 40 is mounted by screwing a screw 46 into each screw hole 45 through each screw insertion hole 43, 43.

  A sub-wiring board 47 is disposed on the rear surface of the rear frame 27 so as to correspond to the mounting positions of the sub-reflection members 35. Each of the sub-wiring boards 47 is formed in a vertically long shape, and is located in the upper and lower sides of the front surface so as to correspond to each of the through holes 34 and the sub through holes 36, respectively. LEDs 48, 48 facing inside are arranged. These LEDs 48 and 48 emit white light. A screw insertion hole 49 is formed at substantially the center of each sub wiring board 47. Then, each sub-reflection member 35 and each sub-wiring board 47 are mounted integrally by screwing a screw 52 into the screw hole 37 of the boss 38 through the screw insertion hole 49 of each sub-wiring board 47.

  Next, the rotation unit 53 will be described. The rotating unit 53 has an upper frame body 54a and a lower frame body 54b made of a synthetic resin having a substantially rectangular plane shape, and a substantially semicircular opening at a substantially central portion of the upper plate 55 of the lower frame body 54b. 56 is opened and a first through hole 57 is opened at one corner. The first light emitter support member 58 is disposed below the lower frame body 54b. The first light emitter support member 58 includes a horizontally disposed base plate 59 and a holding plate 60 standing on the upper surface thereof. LED 61 is attached. The LED 61 emits white light. Then, the holding plate 60 is inserted into the opening 56 from the lower side of the lower frame body 54b, and the screw insertion holes 62 formed in the corners of the base plate 59 are inserted into the screw holes 63 provided in the lower frame body 54b. At the same time, the screws 64 are screwed into the screw holes 63 through the screw insertion holes 62. At this time, a guide pin 65 protruding from the lower surface of the upper plate 55 of the lower frame body 54b can be fitted and positioned in a guide hole 66 formed in the base plate 59. Thereby, the first light emitter support member 58 is fixed to the lower frame body 54b.

  Further, a motor 67 as a driving means that can rotate forward and backward and can change the rotation speed is disposed below the first through hole 57 side of the upper plate 55. The motor 67 is provided with a drive gear 69 on a drive shaft 68 protruding upward from the upper surface thereof. A pair of screw insertion holes formed in the upper plate 55 in a state where the drive shaft 68 is inserted from the lower side of the upper plate 55 into the first through hole 57 and the drive gear 69 is positioned above the upper plate 55. 70 and 70 are matched with a pair of screw holes 71 and 71 provided on the upper surface of the motor 67 corresponding to each screw insertion hole 70, and a screw 72 is screwed into each screw hole 71 through each screw insertion hole 70. Tighten. Thereby, the motor 67 is fixed to the lower frame 54b.

  On the other hand, a circular hole 73 centering on the center of the opening 56 of the lower frame body 54b is formed in the upper frame body 54a, and an annular ring frame 74 protruding upward at the outer peripheral edge of the circular hole 73 is formed. It is installed around. A second through hole 75 is opened at a position corresponding to the first through hole 57 of the upper plate 55 of the lower frame body 54b. A shaft pin 76 is projected in the horizontal direction at substantially the center of both side surfaces of the upper frame 54a.

  A synthetic resin rotating body 77 is loosely fitted in the annular frame 74. The rotating body 77 has a donut plate-like rotating plate 79 having an upper center hole 78 formed in the center. The rotating plate 79 has an outer diameter larger than that of the circular annular frame 74 and is placed on the upper end edge of the annular frame 74. Then, the first reflecting plate 80 is erected on the upper surface of the rotating plate 79 so as to shift the position from the upper center hole 78 and surround one side thereof. The first reflecting plate 80 has a side surface on the side of the upper center hole 78 recessed in an arc surface, and the recessed inner surface 80a and outer surface 80b and the entire outer peripheral surface of the rotating plate 79 are resin-plated and formed into a mirror surface. Yes. On the lower surface of the rotating plate 79, a short cylinder 81 is provided integrally with the upper center hole 78, which is concentrically arranged and whose upper and lower end faces are open.

  A driven gear 82 is disposed below the upper hole 54a and below the circular hole 73. The driven gear 82 is provided with a lower center hole 83 at a central portion so as to face the upper center hole 78, and a short cylinder 81 of the rotating body 77 is loosely fitted on the upper surface of the driven gear 82 and an annular shape of the upper frame 54a. An annular frame plate portion 84 that is loosely fitted in the frame 74 is integrally provided. Then, the driven gear 82 is disposed below the upper frame body 54 a so as to face the circular hole 73, and the annular frame plate portion 84 is loosely fitted into the annular frame 74 through the circular hole 73. In this state, the rotating body 77 is arranged on the upper portion of the annular frame 74, and the short cylinder 81 is loosely fitted in the annular frame plate portion 84. Further, the screw insertion hole 85 provided in the outer peripheral portion of the lower center hole 83 in the driven gear 82 is matched with the screw hole 86 provided in the lower surface of the short cylindrical body 81, and the screw hole 86 is inserted through the screw insertion hole 85. Screw 87 is screwed. At this time, a guide pin 88 projecting from the lower surface of the short cylindrical portion 81 is fitted into a guide hole 89 formed in the driven gear 82 to be positioned. In this way, the rotating body 77 is attached to the upper frame body 54a.

  Finally, the holding plate 60 is inserted from the lower side into the lower center hole 83 of the driven gear 82 and the upper center hole 78 of the rotating body 77, and the lower frame body 54b is superimposed on the lower surface of the upper frame body 54a. Then, the plurality of screw insertion holes 90 provided at appropriate positions on the upper plate 55 of the lower frame body 54b and the screw holes 92 at the lower ends of the plurality of bosses 91 provided in the upper frame body 54a so as to be opposed to these are matched. Then, a screw 93 is screwed into each screw hole 92 via each screw insertion hole 90. Thereby, the upper frame body 54a and the lower frame body 54b are assembled together. Then, as shown in FIG. 7, the drive gear 69 of the motor 67 and the driven gear 82 are engaged with each other, and the rotating body 77 is freely reversible and freely rotatable in the horizontal plane via the driven gear 82 by the drive of the motor 67. The first reflecting plate 80 turns around the LED 61 that is the first light emitter of the holding plate 60.

  Each rotating unit 53 assembled in this way is inserted into each mounting recess 31 of the rear frame 27 from the front side, and both shaft pins 76 and 76 are fitted into both bearing recesses 32 and 32 on the mounting recess 31 side. The part is received by the support plate 33 and supported substantially horizontally. In this state, the mounting plate 18 to which the cover members 23a, 23b, and 23c are respectively attached is matched with the front surface of the rear frame 27, and screw holes at the rear ends of a plurality of bosses 94 provided at appropriate positions on the rear side of the mounting plate 18 The electrical decoration device group D is completed by screwing the screws 97 through the screw insertion holes 96 provided in the rear frame 27 at positions corresponding to the respective screw holes 95. The LEDs 41a, 41b, 41c, 61 and the motor 67, which are the first and second light emitters of the lighting devices A, B, C, are electrically connected to the control board and controlled according to the game content.

  The electrical decoration devices A, B, and C according to the present invention have the above-described configuration, and their operation will be described. Normally, as shown in the block diagram of FIG. 8, the pachinko gaming machine P is controlled by each control board including the game control board, and the game proceeds. In FIG. 8, the patrol lamp indicates the electric decoration devices A, B, and C according to the present invention. There are various lighting methods of the first light emitters 61 or the second light emitters 41a, 41b, 41c in the lighting devices A, B, C during the game, and an example thereof will be described according to the flowchart of FIG.

  In FIG. 9, patrol lamps A, B, and C indicate the electric decoration devices A, B, and C of the present invention. Then, for example, a game ball wins at the start winning opening 5 and the display displayed on the display unit 4a of the variable display device 4 changes, and “7,... 7” is displayed on the way, followed by the remaining center. If 7 comes to 3 and all three are arranged, it becomes a big hit state advantageous to the player. In the so-called reach state before the big hit state, the player is informed of the degree of expectation of the big hit state with “7” in the center depending on how many lighting devices A, B, and C emit light. Yes.

  That is, in FIG. 9, when the flash effect is won in the reach state, the LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c, which are the second light emitters of the patrol lamps A, B, and C, are lit or blinked. Next, when winning the patrol lamp effect A, the patrol lamp A rotates and the first light emitter 61 lights up. At the same time, when the patrol lamp effect B is won, the patrol lamp B rotates and the first light emitter 61 is turned on. Similarly, when the patrol lamp effect C is won, the patrol lamp C rotates and the first light emitter 61 is turned on. If each effect is not won, the patrol lamps will not rotate and the first light emitter 61 will not light up.

More specifically, when the flash effect is won, each LED 41a, 41b, 41c, which is the second light emitter, is turned on while each first reflector 80 is stopped in each of the lighting devices A, B, C. Flashes. As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the light from each LED 41 a, 41 b, 41 c is reflected by the outer surface 80 b which is the mirror surface of the first reflecting plate 80, and is reflected again by the second reflecting plate 28. Irradiated forward as indirect light from the outer periphery side.

  In addition, when the patrol lamp effect A is won in this state, the LED 61 as the first light emitter of the illumination device A further emits light, and the motor 67 is driven to turn the first reflector 80. While the first reflector 80 is turning, the first reflector 80 is positioned on the front side of the LED 61 that is the first light emitter, and the light of the LED 61 that is the first light emitter cannot be seen from the player side. The light of the LED 61 that is the first light emitter and the light reflected by the inner surface 80a of the first reflecting plate 80 are reflected by the inner surface 28a that is the mirror surface of the second reflecting plate 28 from the outer peripheral side of the first reflecting plate 80. Irradiated indirectly to the player. Similarly, the light from the LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c, which are the second light emitters, is reflected on the inner surface 80a of the first reflecting plate 80 and is reflected on the inner surface 28a of the second reflecting plate 28 and indirectly irradiated to the player side. The

  On the other hand, while the first reflector 80 is turning, the first reflector 80 is positioned behind the LED 61 that is the first light emitter, and the light of the LED 61 that is the first light emitter can be seen from the player side. In this case, the light of the LED 61 that is the first light emitter is directly irradiated to the player side, and the light reflected by the inner surface 80a of the first reflecting plate 80 is also irradiated to the player side. The light from the LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c, which are the second light emitters, is reflected on the outer surface 80b of the first reflecting plate 80 and is reflected on the inner surface 28a of the second reflecting plate 28 and indirectly irradiated to the player side. The In any case, the light of the first light emitter 61, the light reflected by the inner surface 80a of the first reflecting plate 80, and the light reflected by the inner surface 28a of the second reflecting plate 28 are both cover members 23a, 23b. , 23c is diffused through the lens plate 26 and emitted forward. In this case, red light is emitted from the cover member 23a of the electrical decoration device A. Further, orange light is emitted from the cover member 23b of the electrical decoration device B. Further, yellow light is emitted from the cover member 23c of the electrical decoration device C.

  Thus, as the first light emitter 61 and the second light emitters 41a, 41b, 41c emit light from the decoration device A to the decoration device C, the expectation of gradually increasing the big hit state is increased. This enhances the fun of gaming. During this period, the LEDs 48 and 48 of the sub wiring boards 47 arranged between the respective lighting devices A, B and C are also lit to enhance the lighting effect.

  Further, in the flowchart shown in FIG. 10, when reaching the reach state, any one of the patrol lamps A, B, and C is turned on and rotated, and the expectation level for the big hit state is determined by any of the patrol lamps A, B, and C. It lights up or can be recognized by its lit color. For example, when the patrol lamp B is lit in orange rather than when the patrol lamp A is lit in red, and when the patrol lamp C is lit in yellow than when the patrol lamp B is lit in orange, the expectation that the big hit state is higher. I have to. These are one means for recognizing the degree of expectation that will be a big hit, and the present invention is not limited to this. In addition, the rotational speeds of the motors 67 of the patrol lamps A, B, and C are controlled to be different from each other, and the higher the turning speed of the first reflecting plate 80, the higher the expectation that a big hit state will be achieved. It is also possible to set as follows. For example, the rotational speed of the motor 67 of each of the patrol lamps A, B, and C may be increased in order, and the expectation level may be increased when a patrol lamp with a fast turning speed of the first reflector 80 is lit. Thereby, not only the change by the luminescent color of each patrol lamp A, B, and C but it can be made to function as a complicated production | presentation and jackpot notice by combining with the rotational speed of a patrol lamp, and the interest of a game can be heightened.

  In the above description of the present invention, the LEDs 61 that are the first light emitters and the three LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c that are the second light emitters in the lighting devices A, B, and C are all LEDs that emit white light. This is because the cover members 23a, 23b, and 23c are colored in different colors. If each of the cover members 23a, 23b, and 23c is colorless and transparent or light milky white, at least one of the LED 61 as the first light emitter and the three LEDs 41a, 41b, and 41c as the second light emitter is used. A so-called full-color LED in which the light emission color can be freely changed to a desired color can be obtained. Thereby, colorful light can be emitted and the interest of the game can be enhanced. Further, each of the lighting devices A, B, and C is provided with a lens plate 26, whereby the light emitted from the LEDs 41a, 41b, 41c, and 61, which are the first and second light emitters, is diffused, and the light emission amount Can be shown more effectively, and each of the lighting devices A, B, and C can be brightly and brilliantly lit to excite the game.

  In each of the electrical decoration devices A, B, and C according to the present invention, since the light is reflected by the first and second reflectors 28 and 80, the light emission amount increases. In addition, even when the first reflector 80 is located on the front side of the first light emitter 61 and the light from the first light emitter 61 cannot be seen from the player side, the light and the first reflection of the first light emitter 61 are not observed. The light reflected by the inner surface 80a of the plate 80 is reflected by the inner surface 28a of the second reflecting plate 28 and irradiated from the outer peripheral edge side of the first reflecting plate 80 to the player side. Indirect light is added in the direct light brightness and darkness, and the production of extremely varied light can be achieved. This excites the fun of gaming.

  In addition, since the LEDs 41a, 41b, 41c, 61 are used as the first and second light emitters and the lens plate is further mounted, the power consumption can be reduced and the size of the lighting device can be reduced. It can be done easily without considering the position of the motor.

  Furthermore, although the case where three said electrical decoration apparatuses were arranged in parallel was demonstrated, of course, the number of this electrical decoration apparatus may be 1, 2, 4, or more. Further, the color of the light and the lighting method are appropriately selected depending on the number of the lights.

1 is a front view of a pachinko gaming machine to which the present invention is applied. The perspective view of the electrical decoration apparatus group which concerns on this invention. The exploded perspective view. The exploded perspective view of a rotation unit. The plane sectional view of an electrical decoration device. XX sectional drawing of FIG. The YY sectional view taken on the line of FIG. Block Diagram The flowchart figure explaining a gaming state. The flowchart figure explaining a gaming state.

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23a-23c Cover member 28 Second reflector 28a Inner surface 41a-41c Second light emitter (LED)
61 First light emitter (LED)
67 Drive means (motor)
80 1st reflector 80a Inner surface 80b Outer surface D Decorating device group A Decorating device B Decorating device C Decorating device P Pachinko machine

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  1. A group of electrical devices arranged at a desired position of a gaming machine,
    The lighting device group includes a plurality of lighting devices arranged along a transparent mounting plate,
    Each of the illumination devices is rotated by a first light emitter composed of LEDs and a driving means so that the inner surface of the first light emitter is opposed to the first light emitter, and the inner surface and the outer surface are mirror surfaces. A first reflecting plate, a second reflecting plate disposed on one side of the first reflecting plate so as to surround the first reflecting plate, and having an inner surface facing the first reflecting plate as a mirror surface; A plurality of second light emitters arranged on the second reflector side, each of which emits light and irradiates the first reflector side, and a translucent cover member arranged on the other side of the first reflector. Have
    The mounting plate is provided with a through hole into which the cover member is fitted, and a concave and convex surface is formed on the back surface of the mounting plate on one side of the through hole. An electrical decoration device group for a gaming machine, in which a sub-reflective member whose outer peripheral surface is a mirror surface is disposed and an LED that emits light is disposed in the recess of each sub-reflective member.
  2. 2. The electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the translucent cover member in each of the electrical decoration devices is a chromatic color LED and the first light emitter and the second light emitter emit white light. Group .
  3. 2. The LED according to claim 1, wherein the translucent cover member in each of the electrical decoration devices is transparent, and at least one of the first light emitter and the second light emitter is an LED that changes its color freely. A group of electrical equipment for gaming machines .
  4. The expectation that the big hit state advantageous to the player is gradually increased as the first light emitter and the second light emitter emit light from the first lighting device to the last lighting device. The electrical equipment group of the gaming machine according to any one of the three .
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