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JP4605719B2
JP4605719B2 JP2006301089A JP2006301089A JP4605719B2 JP 4605719 B2 JP4605719 B2 JP 4605719B2 JP 2006301089 A JP2006301089 A JP 2006301089A JP 2006301089 A JP2006301089 A JP 2006301089A JP 4605719 B2 JP4605719 B2 JP 4605719B2
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  The present invention relates to a lighting fixture, and more particularly to a connection structure between a fluorescent lamp and a lamp socket.

  Conventionally, when a plurality of fluorescent lamps are continuously arranged linearly, as shown in the perspective view of the luminaire 1 'in FIG. The base body 13 'is fixed to the peripheral surface, that is, the main light emitting surface, not to both axial end portions of 11', and two lamp pins 12 'extending in a direction substantially orthogonal to the main light emitting surface are formed on the base body 13'. An upright fluorescent lamp 10 'has been proposed (Patent Document 1). In addition, a lamp socket 20 ′ provided with a socket electrode portion 21 ′ having a slot 21a ′ into which the lamp pin 12 ′ is inserted and a holding portion 22 ′ holding the base body 13 ′, corresponding to the fluorescent lamp 10 ′. It has been proposed (Patent Document 2).

The lamp socket 20 ′ is mounted on a lighting fixture body 30 ′ having a substantially cross-sectional shape in which the bottom plate 30a ′ is fixed to an arbitrary attachment location such as a ceiling via a fixing member (not shown). The fluorescent lamp 10 ′ is detachably mounted on the lamp socket 20 ′ mounted on the luminaire main body 30 ′ to be used as the luminaire 1 ′.
JP 2004-363029 A JP 2004-327376 A

  As shown in FIGS. 9A and 9B, the holding portion 22 ′ of the lamp socket 20 ′ elastically holds the convex portions 13a ′ formed on both sides of the base body 13 ′ of the fluorescent lamp 10 ′. Formed of a pair of elastic members. FIG. 9B is a front view of FIG. However, since this holding portion 22 'is set to have a strong inward elastic force in order to securely hold the base body 13', the base body 13 ', the holding portion 22', that is, the fluorescent lamp 10 'and the lamp socket. It was difficult to easily attach to or remove from 20 ′.

  Further, when fitting the fixture main body cover 31 ′ to the lighting fixture main body 30 ′ to which the lamp socket 20 ′ is mounted, as shown in FIG. 9B, the lamp is held from the opening 31a ′ formed in the fixture main body cover 31 ′. Since the tip of the portion 22 ′ protrudes, strict care and protection are required for handling so that the holding portion 22 ′ is not deformed due to an impact or the like when packing and / or transporting.

  Further, the front end of the holding portion 22 ′ is formed to extend outward to guide the base body 13, and when the base body 13 ′ is sandwiched, as shown in FIG. The convex portion 13a ′ is elastically held. Therefore, if a part of the light emitted from the fluorescent tube 11 ′ is blocked at the tip of the holding portion 22 ′, the light does not reach the instrument main body cover 31 ′ serving as a reflector, and therefore the illuminance of the lighting fixture 1 ′ May decrease.

  The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a lighting fixture in which a fluorescent lamp is securely held and a fluorescent lamp and a lamp socket can be easily attached and detached. Furthermore, it aims at providing the lighting fixture which is easy to handle and can prevent the reduction | decrease in illumination intensity.

The luminaire of the present invention includes a fluorescent tube, and a base part in which a lamp pin extending in a direction orthogonal to the main light emitting surface is provided on a base body fixed to the main light emitting surface of the fluorescent tube. A fluorescent lamp,
In a lighting fixture comprising: a socket electrode part into which the lamp pin is inserted; and a lamp socket comprising a holding part for holding the base body, wherein the fluorescent lamp is detachable from the lamp socket.
The base body includes a locking projection extending substantially parallel to the lamp pin;
The locking projection has a substantially cylindrical head,
The holding portion is composed of a pair of elastic members that elastically hold the head.

The fluorescent lamp of the present invention includes a fluorescent tube, and a base portion in which a lamp pin extending in a direction orthogonal to the main light emitting surface is provided on a base body fixed to the main light emitting surface of the fluorescent tube. In the fluorescent lamp
The base body includes a locking projection extending substantially parallel to the lamp pin;
The locking projection has a substantially cylindrical head.

  The “locking protrusion” of the present invention may have a wiring space formed therein, for example. In addition, the “substantially cylindrical head” only needs to decrease after the width gradually increases from the protruding tip toward the base.

  In the fluorescent lamp of the present invention, it is preferable that the substantially columnar head includes a protrusion protruding outward on the circumferential surface of the head.

The lamp socket of the present invention is a lamp socket comprising a socket electrode part into which a lamp pin erected on a base body of a fluorescent lamp is inserted, and a holding part that holds the base body of the fluorescent lamp.
The holding portion includes a pair of opposing arcs curved outward and a guide portion connected to the arc and extending outward at one end on the side of receiving the base body.

  In the lamp socket of the present invention, the socket electrode portion may include a guide portion that guides the base body when the lamp pin is inserted.

The lamp socket of the present invention is a lamp socket fixed to the inner surface of the luminaire main body of a pair of openable and closable cases comprising a luminaire main body and a fixture main body cover,
The instrument body cover has an opening at a position corresponding to the lamp socket;
When the pair of cases are in a closed state, it is preferable that the leading end of the guide portion is located on the inner side of the opening.

  According to the lighting apparatus of the present invention, the base body of the fluorescent lamp includes the locking protrusion that extends substantially parallel to the lamp pin, and the locking protrusion has a substantially cylindrical head. Since the holder of the socket is composed of a pair of elastic members that elastically hold the head, when the fluorescent lamp is attached to or detached from the lamp socket, the inside of the holder is the outer surface of the substantially cylindrical head. Since it moves along the inclination, the fluorescent lamp and the lamp socket can be easily attached and detached.

  When the neck side of the head is held by the holding part, the head is pressed against the lamp socket by the holding part. As a result, the force for holding the head is further increased, so that the head is reliably held by the holding portion. Further, since the force acts on the lamp pin by the pressing force of the holding portion, the incompletely mounted state of the lamp pin to the socket electrode portion, so-called half insertion of the lamp pin can be prevented.

  Further, in the lamp socket of the present invention, when the socket electrode portion includes a guide portion that guides the base body when the lamp pin is inserted, the movement of the base body can be restricted. It can be prevented from being attached at an angle.

  The lamp socket of the present invention is a lamp socket fixed to the inner surface of a lighting fixture body of a pair of openable and closable cases including a lighting fixture body and a fixture body cover, and the fixture body cover corresponds to the lamp socket. Since the holding portion does not protrude from the opening when the front end of the guide portion is positioned inward of the opening when the pair of cases are in the closed state, the packaging does not protrude from the opening. And when transporting, etc., it is possible to handle easily without requiring strict care and protection of handling to prevent deformation of the holding part due to impact or the like.

  In addition, since the holding part does not protrude from the opening, the lighting apparatus when the fluorescent lamp is not mounted becomes flat in outer shape, so that the lighting apparatus can be easily packed and the fluorescent lamp is mounted. Since the lighting fixture at that time is irradiated to the lighting fixture cover used as a reflecting plate, without the light irradiated from a fluorescent tube being interrupted by a holding | maintenance part, it can prevent that the illumination intensity of a lighting fixture reduces.

  Hereinafter, the lighting fixture 1 of one Embodiment concerning this invention is demonstrated in detail with reference to drawings. 1A is a partially enlarged perspective view of the fluorescent lamp 10 of the present embodiment, FIG. 1B is a sectional view taken along the line bb of FIG. 2A, and FIG. 2 is a socket electrode portion 21 and a holding portion of the lamp socket 20. FIG. In the present embodiment, for the sake of convenience, the side where the fluorescent tube 11 is located (upper side in FIG. 1) is upward in FIG. 1, the side where the lamp pin 12 of the fluorescent tube 11 is inserted (upper side in FIG. 2) in FIG. The front will be described as the front.

  The lighting fixture 1 of the present embodiment includes a fluorescent lamp 10 and a lamp socket 20, and the fluorescent lamp 10 is configured to be detachable from the lamp socket 20.

  As shown in FIG. 1A, the fluorescent lamp 10 is provided with a base portion 14 corresponding to a G5 base defined by JIS on the peripheral surface, that is, the main light emitting surface, instead of the axial end portions of the rod-like fluorescent tube 11. The base part 14 includes a base body 13 fixed to the main light emitting surface, and two lamp pins 12 erected on the base body 13 so as to extend in a direction orthogonal to the main light emitting surface (downward). ing. The base body 13 includes a locking projection 15 extending substantially parallel to the lamp pin 12 at a predetermined position on the end side of the fluorescent tube 11 with respect to the center in the longitudinal direction. The locking projection 15 is shown in FIG. ), The lower end has a substantially cylindrical head portion 15a and a neck portion 15b connected to the upper portion of the head portion 15a. The head 15a is disposed such that a substantially circular surface is the front when viewed from the end of the fluorescent tube 11 in the axial direction. The base body 13 having the locking projection 15 has a wiring space (not shown) formed therein. The base part 14 configured in this manner is fixed to the main light emitting surfaces on both sides in the longitudinal direction of the fluorescent tube 11 to constitute the fluorescent lamp 10.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the lamp socket 20 corresponding to the fluorescent lamp 10 configured as described above includes a socket electrode portion 21 into which the lamp pin 12 is inserted, and a holding portion 22 that holds the base body 13 described above. It has.

  The socket electrode portion 21 includes a socket body 21b having slots 21a into which the two lamp pins 12 are respectively inserted on the upper surface. A cylindrical body 21c protruding outward (front) is provided on the front surface of the socket body 21b, and a wiring (not shown) provided inside the socket body 21b is taken out from the cylindrical body 21c. A fixing screw hole (not shown) is formed on the lower surface of the socket body 21b.

  The holding portion 22 protrudes upward from the rear end side of the upper surface of the substantially rectangular and thin plate-like plate portion 23, and has a pair of opposing arcs 22 a curved outward and connected to the arc 22 a upward. A portion that protrudes inward from the boundary between the arc 22a and the guide portion 22b is a locking convex portion 22c that is roughly configured by a pair of elastic members formed outwardly toward the guide portion 22b. The plate portion 23 is formed with a plurality of holes 23a at predetermined positions through which screws for fixing the above-described socket electrode portion 21 to a fixing member 24 described later are inserted. The holding part 22 may be a member such as a wire or a spring as long as it has elasticity.

  Here, FIG. 3A shows a side view of the lamp socket 20 to which the socket electrode portion 21 and the holding portion 22 are attached, and FIG. 3B shows a view seen from the right side surface of FIG. The socket electrode portion 21 and the plate portion 23 described above are fixed to the fixing member 24 by screws or the like via the fixing plate 25 or the like. The fixing member 24 is bent at a substantially right angle downward from both ends in a direction substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the flat plate 24a, and a substantially rectangular flat plate 24a to which the socket electrode 21 and the plate portion 23 are attached. It is schematically constituted by a flange plate 24b that is bent and extended, and a fixed plate portion 24c that is bent at a substantially right angle upward at one end in the longitudinal direction of the flat plate 24a and further bent at a substantially right angle outwardly. Then, a screw is inserted through a hole (not shown) formed in the flat plate 24a and the hole 23a of the plate part 23 described above, and further screwed into the screw hole of the socket body 21b, whereby the socket electrode part 21 and the plate part 23 are formed. It is fixed to the fixing member 24.

  At this time, the holding portion 22 described above is configured such that the upper end of the guide portion 22b is positioned below the upper surface of the fixed plate portion 24c, as shown in FIG. When the fluorescent lamp 10 is mounted on the lamp socket 20, the holding portion 22 and / or the holding portion 22 and / or the position where the holding portion 22 can hold the locking projection 15 when the lamp pin 12 is inserted into the slot 21a. Alternatively, the locking projection 15 is formed.

  Next, an operation when the fluorescent lamp 10 is mounted on the lamp socket 20 configured as described above will be described. 4 is a cross-sectional view of the fluorescent lamp 10 in the axial direction, FIG. 5 is a side view of the fluorescent lamp 10 viewed from the main light emitting surface side, and FIG. The state before the projecting protrusion 15 is held, (b) shows the state in the middle of being held, and (c) shows the held state.

  First, as shown in FIGS. 4A and 5A, the tip of the head 15 a of the locking projection 15 of the fluorescent lamp 10 is placed on the guide portion 22 b of the holding portion 22. When the head portion 15a is pushed toward the guide portion 22, on the one hand, the lamp pin 12 starts to be inserted into the slot 21a as shown in FIG. 5B, and on the other hand, as shown in FIG. The holding portions 22 made of a pair of elastic members including the guide portions 22b open to the outside (arrow X in FIG. 4 (b)), and the upper portion of the head 15a above the horizontal maximum width position is held by the locking projection 22c. When this is done, the locking projection 22c moves along the inclination from the horizontal maximum width position of the head portion 15a to the neck portion 15b while generating an elastic force directed inward (arrow Y in FIG. 4 (c)). As shown in FIG. 4C, the head portion 15a is accommodated inside the pair of arcs 22a while holding the neck portion 15b.

  At this time, the lower end of the locking convex portion 22c, that is, the upper end of the arc 22a comes into contact with the head portion 15a in the vicinity of the neck portion 15b, and the elastic force of the holding portion 22 is generated obliquely downward (arrow Z in FIG. 4C). Therefore, the head 15 a is pressed downward by the holding portion 22. As a result, the force for holding the head portion 15a is further increased, so that the head portion 15a is reliably held by the holding portion 22.

  In parallel with this, as shown in FIG. 5C, the lamp pin 12 is completely inserted into the slot 21a and fixed to a socket contact (not shown) inside the slot 21a. At this time, the downward pressing force acts on the lamp pin 12 due to the pressing force of the holding portion 22 downward, so that the lamp pin 12 can be prevented from being half inserted into the socket contactor so-called half-insertion. . In this way, the fluorescent lamp 10 is mounted on the lamp socket 20.

  When the base body 13 is pulled upward to remove the fluorescent lamp 10 from the lamp socket 20, the head 15a in the vicinity of the neck portion 15b presses the lower end of the locking convex portion 22c, that is, the upper end of the arc 22a, thereby holding the holding portion. 22 respectively open outward (arrow X in FIG. 4 (b)), and the locking projection 22c moves along the downward slope from the horizontal maximum width position of the head 15a, as shown in FIG. 4 (a). The head 15a is taken out from the arc 22a to the outside. Since the locking projection 15 has the substantially cylindrical head portion 15a in this way, when the fluorescent lamp 10 is attached to or detached from the lamp socket, the holding portion 22 moves along the inclination of the outer peripheral surface of the head portion 15a. Therefore, the fluorescent lamp 10 and the lamp socket 20 can be easily attached and detached.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the holding portion 22 is formed of a pair of narrow elastic members, so that the holding portion 22 can be made smaller than the conventional holding portion 22 ′ (see FIG. 8), and the appearance is simple. Can be. Further, by reducing the size of the holding portion 22, the material for forming the holding portion 22 can be reduced, and thus the cost can be reduced. In addition, the holding portion 22 can be thickened, widened, or changed in material, so that the holding force for holding the head 15a can be further increased.

  The lighting fixture 1 to which the fluorescent lamp 10 and the lamp socket 20 are mounted includes a pair of cases 3 that can be opened and closed, which are constituted by a lighting fixture body 30 and a fixture body cover 31. Here, FIG. 6 shows a sectional view of the case 3 in which the lamp socket 20 to which the fluorescent lamp 10 is not mounted is disposed. As shown in FIG. 6, the case 3 is an appliance made of an aluminum drawn material having a substantially cross-sectional shape with a bottom plate 30 a and a pair of side plates 30 b and 30 c that rise substantially perpendicularly from both side edges of the bottom plate 30 a. A main body 30 and an instrument main body cover 31 that is detachably fitted to the instrument main body 30 and covers the upper side of the instrument main body 30 are provided.

  The instrument main body cover 31 is made of an aluminum drawing material including a top plate 31a and a pair of side plates 31b and 31c provided along both side edges of the top plate 31a. The side plates 31b and 31c are side plates of the instrument main body. It is configured to be elastically fitted from the inside to the free ends of 30b and 30c. Further, at both ends in the longitudinal direction of the top plate 31a of the instrument body cover 31, a wide opening 31d that allows the lamp socket 20 to face the outside is cut out from the longitudinal edge of the top plate 31a in a substantially rectangular shape. Is formed.

  In addition, although the instrument main body 30 and the instrument main body cover 31 of the present embodiment are each made of an aluminum drawing material as described above, the present invention is not limited to this, for example, resin, iron, steel plate It may be manufactured or the like and can be changed as appropriate.

  The lamp socket 20 is attached to the inside of the bottom plate 30 of the luminaire main body 30 described above. As shown in FIG. 6, since the upper end of the guide portion 22b of the holding portion 22 is configured to be located below the upper surface of the fixed plate portion 24c, the luminaire main body 30 to which the lamp socket 20 is attached is provided. When the instrument main body cover 31 is fitted, the upper end of the guide portion 22b is positioned inside the opening 31d. As a result, since the holding portion 22 does not protrude from the opening 31d, strict caution and protection of handling are required to prevent deformation of the holding portion 2 ′ due to impact or the like when packing and / or transporting. It can be handled easily.

  Further, since the holding portion 22 does not protrude from the opening 31d, the luminaire 1 when the fluorescent lamp 10 is not mounted has a flat outer shape. Therefore, the luminaire 1 can be easily packed, and the fluorescent lamp In the lighting fixture 1 when 10 is mounted, the light emitted from the fluorescent tube 11 is irradiated to the lighting fixture cover 31 that is a reflection plate without being blocked by the holding portion 22, so that the illuminance of the lighting fixture 1 is Reduction can be prevented.

  Next, FIG. 7 shows a cross-sectional view of a lamp socket 20 including a guide portion 21d according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 3A, the holding portion 22 of the lamp socket 20 is disposed at a predetermined position away from the socket electrode portion 21, so that the lamp pin 12 is provided on the side surface and / or the upper surface of the socket electrode portion 21. A guide portion 21d for guiding the base body 13 when inserted can be provided.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the guide portion 21 d of the present embodiment has plate-like guide portions 21 d erected on both sides in the longitudinal direction of the socket electrode portion 21 so as to protrude upward from the upper surface. The length of the guide portion 21d in the longitudinal direction can be changed as appropriate. By providing the guide portion 21d in this way, the movement of the both side surfaces of the base body 13 in the direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction is restricted by the inner surface of the guide portion 21d, so that the base portion 14 is attached obliquely. Can be prevented.

  Next, a fluorescent lamp 10-2 and a lamp socket 20-2 according to another embodiment of the present invention will be described. In addition, since the fluorescent lamp 10-2 and the lamp socket 20-2 according to the present embodiment have substantially the same configuration as that of the above-described embodiment, the same portions are denoted by the same reference numerals, the description thereof is omitted, and only different portions are described. explain. 8A is a cross-sectional view of the fluorescent lamp 10-2 of the present embodiment as viewed from the axial direction of the fluorescent tube 11, and FIG. 8B is a view of the lamp socket holding portion 22-2 as viewed from the axial direction of the arc 22a. Show.

  As shown in FIG. 8A, the fluorescent lamp 10-2 of the present embodiment includes a protruding portion 15c that protrudes outward on the circumferential surface of the head portion 15a of the locking protruding portion 15-2. This is different from the fluorescent lamp 10 of the above-described embodiment. The protruding portion 15c is formed at the outermost predetermined position on the circumferential surface of the head portion 15a so as to extend in the same direction as the axial direction of the fluorescent tube 11.

  In addition, the lamp socket holding portion 22-2 of the present embodiment has the above-mentioned protrusion at a predetermined position on the outermost side of the arc 22a as shown in FIG. 8 in order to hold the head portion 15a provided with the above-described protrusion 15c. It differs from the lamp socket 20 of embodiment mentioned above that the recessed part 22d provided in the outward direction so that the part 15c may be latched is provided.

  With the fluorescent lamp 10-2 and the holding part 22-2 formed in this way, when the holding part 22-2 elastically holds the head 15a, the concave part 22d locks the protruding part 15c. The force with which the holding portion 22-2 holds the head 15a becomes stronger, and the lamp socket can reliably hold the fluorescent lamp 10-2.

  The lighting fixtures of the two embodiments described above are configured as described above. However, the lighting fixture of the present invention is not limited to this. For example, the head portion 15a and the holding portion 22 are arranged in the axial direction of the fluorescent tube 11. It may be formed by being rotated 90 degrees with respect to. Further, the head 15a, that is, the locking projection 15 in the above-described embodiment is formed at a predetermined position on the end side of the fluorescent tube 11 with respect to the longitudinal center of the base body 13, but the present invention is not limited to this. As long as the holding portions 22 and 22-2 can hold the locking projection 15, the locking projection 15 may be formed at the end of the base body 13, At least a part of the locking projection 15 may be formed at the end of the base body 13, and the design can be changed as appropriate.

  The lighting fixtures of the two embodiments described above are configured as described above. However, the lighting fixture of the present invention is not limited to this, and the design can be changed as appropriate without departing from the gist of the present invention. is there.

Perspective view and sectional view of fluorescent lamp Disassembled perspective view of main parts of lamp socket (a) is a side view of the lamp socket 20, and (b) is a view seen from the right side of (a). Sectional drawing explaining mounting | wearing operation | movement with a fluorescent lamp and a lamp socket Side view explaining mounting operation of fluorescent lamp and lamp socket Cross section of lighting equipment Sectional drawing of the lighting fixture of another embodiment Sectional drawing which looked at the fluorescent lamp of another embodiment from the axial direction of the fluorescent tube, and the figure which looked at the holding part of the lamp socket of another embodiment from the axial direction of the circular arc Main part perspective view (a), front view (b) of conventional lighting fixture

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Lighting fixture 10 Fluorescent lamp 11 Fluorescent tube 12 Lamp pin 13 Base body 14 Base part 15 Locking projection part 15a Head part 15b Neck part 15c Projection part 20 Lamp socket 21 Socket electrode part 22 Holding part 22a Arc 22b Guide part 3 Case 30 Illumination Instrument body 31 Instrument body cover

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  1. A fluorescent lamp comprising a fluorescent tube and a base part in which a lamp pin extending in a direction perpendicular to the main light emitting surface is provided on a base body fixed to the main light emitting surface of the fluorescent tube;
    In a lighting fixture comprising: a socket electrode part into which the lamp pin is inserted; and a lamp socket comprising a holding part for holding the base body, wherein the fluorescent lamp is detachable from the lamp socket.
    The base body includes a locking projection having a substantially cylindrical head extending substantially parallel to the lamp pin,
    The lamp socket is a lamp socket fixed to the inner surface of the luminaire main body of a pair of openable and closable cases consisting of a luminaire main body and a fixture main body cover,
    A pair of opposing holding arcs that elastically hold the head, and a pair of opposing arcs that are curved outward, and a guide that is connected to the arcs and extends outward at one end on the side that receives the base body. Ri Do from the elastic member,
    The instrument body cover has an opening at a position corresponding to the lamp socket;
    When the pair of cases are in a closed state, the tip of the guide portion is located on the inner side of the opening .
  2.   The lighting device according to claim 1, wherein the substantially columnar head includes a protrusion protruding outward on a circumferential surface of the head.
  3. A lamp socket fixed to the inner surface of the lighting fixture body of a pair of openable and closable cases comprising a lighting fixture body and a fixture body cover,
    A socket electrode portion lamp pins erected on a base body of the fluorescent lamp is inserted, Ri Na and a holding portion for holding the base body of the fluorescent lamp,
    The holding portion includes a pair of opposing arcs curved outward, and a guide portion connected to the arc and extending outward at one end on the side receiving the base body ,
    The instrument body cover has an opening at a position corresponding to the lamp socket;
    The lamp socket according to claim 1, wherein when the pair of cases are in a closed state, a leading end of the guide portion is positioned inward of the opening .
  4.   The lamp socket according to claim 3, wherein the socket electrode portion includes a guide portion that guides the base body when the lamp pin is inserted.
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