JP4688563B2 - Amusement machine lighting equipment - Google Patents

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JP4688563B2
JP4688563B2 JP2005135330A JP2005135330A JP4688563B2 JP 4688563 B2 JP4688563 B2 JP 4688563B2 JP 2005135330 A JP2005135330 A JP 2005135330A JP 2005135330 A JP2005135330 A JP 2005135330A JP 4688563 B2 JP4688563 B2 JP 4688563B2
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  The present invention relates to an electrical decoration device for a gaming machine, and more specifically, a light emitter array in which a plurality of LEDs are arranged on a straight line passing through a fixed point on a substrate is arranged radially on the substrate around the fixed point. The present invention relates to an electric decoration device for a gaming machine in which a reflecting member formed in a conical shape is arranged so that its apex faces a fixed point of the substrate.

  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a decorative member disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on a board surface of a gaming board set in the machine, and various kinds of openings are provided in openings formed in the decorative member. A symbol display device for playing a symbol variation game by changing and stopping the symbols is displayed. Then, a pachinko ball (game ball) launched on the board surface (game area) of the game board wins a starting prize arranged at a position below the decorative member, thereby changing the symbol on the symbol display device. A game is being played. In many pachinko machines, an illumination device provided with a light emitter such as a lamp or LED is disposed on the decorative member or the like, and the light emitter is turned on / off in accordance with the symbol variation game on the symbol display device. By flashing and producing a light emission effect, it is configured to enhance the excitement of the game by enhancing the realism and power of the game.

In addition, as the lighting device, the light emission direction effect is improved by making it appear that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced like a searchlight, compared to the case where the light emitter is simply turned on and blinking at a predetermined position. In addition, there has also been proposed a game in which the interest of games is increased (see, for example, Patent Document 1). The electrical decoration device disclosed in Patent Document 1 is arranged such that the apex of the reflecting member formed in a conical shape faces downward, and a plurality of the centering on the apex of the reflecting member at the front position of the reflecting member. LEDs (light emitter arrays) are arranged radially. Each LED irradiates light toward the conical surface of the reflecting member, and the illumination direction of the reflected light is rotated by sequentially turning on / off the LEDs in each row at a predetermined time difference. It appears to be displaced.
JP 2002-239093 A

By the way, in the structure of the electrical decoration apparatus described in patent document 1, LED arrange | positioned in the front position of the said reflection member is the order of the row | line | column of the LED located in the right side from the row | line | column of LED located in the left end part side, for example. The LEDs are sequentially turned on and off, and when the LED row at the right end is turned off, the LED row at the left end is turned on again. That is, the reflected light from the reflecting member only moves from left to right. However, in reality, when the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced as in a searchlight, the light irradiation direction appears to reciprocate (repetitively) move in the horizontal direction. For this reason, in the electrical decoration device described in Patent Document 1, when the LEDs are sequentially emitted, the irradiation direction of the light is actually changed even though it may appear that the irradiation direction of the reflected light is rotationally displaced at first glance. Since it is different from the movement when it is rotationally displaced, the reality is poor, and the effect of improving the fun of the game is inherently limited. In addition, since the light irradiated to the player side is always reflected light by the reflecting member, it causes a decrease in luminance, and it cannot be said that the light emitting effect and decoration effect are excellent. .
Accordingly, the present invention provides an electrical decoration device for a gaming machine that can make it appear realistic that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced, thereby improving the light emission effect and increasing the interest of the game. Objective.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and to suitably achieve the intended purpose, an electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to claim 1,
A plurality of LEDs (40, 41) arranged on a straight line passing through a fixed point on the substrate (39), and a light emitter array (LN1 to LN5) are arranged radially on the substrate (39) around the fixed point, A control member (80) is provided with a first light emitting part (37, 38) in which a reflecting member (43) formed in a conical shape is arranged so that its apex faces a fixed point of the substrate (39). Based on the above, the light emitter rows (LN1 to LN5) are sequentially turned on and off in the circumferential direction for each row, thereby making it seem that the irradiation direction of light from the reflecting member (43) is rotationally displaced It is an electrical decoration device,
The luminous body rows (LN1 to LN5) are
A first LED (40) that is positioned on the outermost side of each row and that is substantially parallel to the substrate (39) and radiates light radially outward;
The first LED (40) from located in fixed point side, while being constituted from the second and LED (41) for irradiating light toward the conical surface (44) of the reflective member (43),
A second light emitting unit (26) having a light emitter is provided on the side of the first light emitting unit (37, 38), and
A shielding member (60) displaceable to a shielding position that prevents the second light emitting unit (26) from being visually recognized from the front, and an open position that allows the second light emitting unit (26) to be visually recognized from the front. The driving member (74) is configured to displace the shielding member (60) between the shielding position and the open position,
When the shielding member (60) is displaced to the open position, the shielding member (60) covers the front of the first light emitting part (37, 38), and when the shielding member (60) is displaced to the shielding position. The gist is that the shielding member (60) is separated from the front of the first light emitting section (37, 38) .

  In this manner, among the LEDs forming the light emitter array arranged on the substrate, the first LED located at the outermost side of each column is irradiated with light that is substantially parallel to the substrate and radially outward. In addition, the second LED located on the fixed point side of the first LED is attached so as to irradiate light toward the conical surface of the reflecting member, whereby the strong light directly irradiated from the first LED. And a weak light reflected by the reflecting member causes a contrast. For this reason, when the first and second LEDs are sequentially turned on and off in a certain direction for each column, it is possible to make it appear that the light irradiation direction is actually rotationally displaced. Can be improved and the interest of the game can be increased. Further, by providing a region irradiated with strong light and a region irradiated with weak light, a feeling of depth of light emission is generated, so that the light emission effect is further enhanced.

  In the electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to claim 2, the light emitter rows (LN1 to LN5) are arranged over substantially the entire circumference of the reflecting member (43), and the light emitter rows (LN1 to LN5) The gist is that a reflector (46) which is formed in a concave shape and reflects light forward is disposed at the rear position.

  In this way, the light emitter row is arranged over substantially the entire circumference of the reflecting member, and the light emitter row located on the front side of the reflecting member is provided by providing the reflector at a rear position of the light emitter row. The direction in which the light moves when sequentially turned on / off is opposite to the direction in which the light moves when the light emitter row located on the rear side of the reflecting member is sequentially turned on / off. Accordingly, it is possible to make it appear that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced in a more realistic manner. The reflected light from the reflector is reflected light that reflects the light from the first LED and reflected light that further reflects the reflected light from the cone-shaped reflecting member. For this reason, compared with the light intensity when the light emitter row located on the front side of the reflecting member is turned on, the light intensity when the light emitter row located on the rear side of the reflective member is turned on is slightly reduced. . That is, when the light emitter rows are sequentially turned on and off in a certain direction for each row, there is an advantage that the light emission effect can be further improved because the intensity of the irradiated light changes variously.

  An electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to claim 3 is characterized in that the reflecting member (43) is fixedly disposed at a fixed point on the substrate (39).

  In this way, by fixing and arranging the reflecting member at a fixed point on the substrate, each light emitter row and the reflecting member can be held in a predetermined positional relationship. Accordingly, the positional relationship between each light emitter row and the reflecting member does not occur due to vibration of transportation and the like, so that the desired light emission effect can always be exhibited.

  According to the electrical decoration device of the gaming machine according to the present invention, it is possible to make it appear realistic that the light irradiation direction in the electrical decoration device is rotationally displaced. Therefore, the light emission effect can be improved and the interest of the game can be increased. .

  Next, an electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings by giving a preferred embodiment. In the embodiment, a general pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball will be described as an example. In the following description, front / rear and left / right are designated when the game board of the pachinko machine is viewed from the front as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the gaming board 10 of the pachinko machine according to the embodiment detects a pachinko ball with a switch at a slightly lower center in the front side of the game area 10 a surrounded by a rail 11 that is curved in a substantially circular shape. A start winning device 12 to be obtained, a decoration member 13 which is disposed immediately above the start winning device 12 and is positioned substantially at the center of the game area 10a and from which the symbol display device 15 faces from the rear, and immediately below the start winning device 12 A large electric special prize-winning device 14 and the like. Then, a symbol variation game on the symbol display device 15 is started by detecting a pachinko ball that has been hit into the game area 10a and won the start winning device 12 by a switch (not shown). As a result of the symbol variation game, a special game (so-called jackpot) advantageous to the player is generated by displaying a specific symbol combination (for example, a triple of the same symbols) on the symbol display device 15. It is configured as follows. Here, as shown in FIG. 1, in the special prize-winning device 14, a door-shaped opening / closing plate 14a provided in the special prize-winning port 14b is operated in accordance with the driving of a rear electromagnetic solenoid (not shown). It is configured to be able to change from a closed state to an open state. When a special game occurs, the opening / closing plate 14a is opened and the pachinko ball wins a special winning opening 14b, so that a prize ball is placed on a ball tray (not shown). Is to be paid out. In the lowest position of the game board 10, an out port 16 for discharging pachinko balls that do not win the start winning device 12 or the special winning device 14 is provided.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the decorative member 13 occupies most of the game area 10a in the left-right width direction, and the symbol display device 15 faces from the rear via a visible display portion 13b opened at a substantially central position. The game board is constructed by attaching a plurality of decorative bodies having a required design to the frame-like main body 13a, and the frame-like main body 13a is inserted into a mounting hole (not shown) provided in the game board 10 from the front side. 10 is screwed. And the electrical decoration apparatus 20 which performs a light emission effect is arrange | positioned in the frame-shaped main body 13a in the upper position of the symbol display apparatus 15. FIG. In other words, in the embodiment, the decorative member 13 functions as an installation member of the electrical decoration device 20.

(About lighting equipment)
As shown in FIGS. 2 to 5, the electrical decoration device 20 includes a substantially rectangular base plate 21 that defines the upper surface of the visible display portion 13 b of the decorative member 13, and a substantially central position of the base plate 21. The provided rotating light-emitting unit 26, the pseudo-rotating light-emitting units (light-emitting components) 37, 38 provided in the vicinity of both left and right ends of the base plate 21, and behind the rotating light-emitting unit 26 and the pseudo-rotating light-emitting units 37, 38 The reflector 46 is positioned, the first cover member (cover member) 56 (see FIG. 3 or 6) disposed on the front side of the rotary light emitting unit 26, and the left and right sides of the first cover member 56. The second cover members 58 and 58 (see FIG. 2) disposed on the front side of the pseudo-rotating light emitting portions 37 and 38, and the first and second cover members 56 and 58 disposed on the front end portion of the base plate 21. Coverable shielding member 60 and a first mode for operating shielding member 60. (Drive means) 74 and first transmission means (drive means) 75 for transmitting the driving force of the first motor 74 to the shielding member 60. In the embodiment, the first and second cover members 56 and 58 are formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material colored in red. That is, when the rotating light emitting unit 26 or the pseudo rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 located behind the first and second cover members 56 and 58 emit light, the light reaches the front side (player side). It is supposed to be. The first cover member 56 is formed in a hemispherical shape that bulges to the front side, and a projecting piece 56a having a first through hole 56b penetrating in the front-rear direction is suspended from the lower end portion thereof. (See FIG. 6).

  Further, as shown in FIG. 5, the front end portion of the base plate 21 is formed so as to slightly protrude forward from the left and right end portions toward a substantially central position, and is a recess formed at a substantially central position of the front end portion. The protruding piece 56a of the first cover member 56 faces 21a (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 6). A screw hole 21b is formed in the recess 21a of the base plate 21 at a position aligned with the first through hole 56b of the protrusion piece 56a. Furthermore, the concave portion 21a is configured such that a decorative piece 18 that is decorated in accordance with the base plate 21 faces the front side of the protruding piece 56a, and the decorative piece 18 has the first through hole 56b. A second through-hole 18a is formed so as to align with. That is, in the state where the decorative piece 18 is disposed on the front side of the protrusion piece 56a facing the concave portion 21a, the first cover member 56 is attached to the base by screwing a screw into the screw hole 21b from the front side of the decorative piece 18. It can be attached to the plate 21. The first cover member 56 is fixed to the base plate 21 with the one screw. When the first cover member 56 is further removed, the rotational light emission is performed. The portion 26 can be exposed to the front side.

  On the other hand, the second cover member 58 is screwed to the reflector 46 through mounting holes 46b and 46b (see FIG. 4) formed in the reflector 46, and is integrated with the reflector 46. It is configured so that it can be handled. Here, the reflector 46 has a first reflecting surface portion 47 formed in a concave shape recessed backward at a position corresponding to the rotating light emitting portion 26, and positions corresponding to the left and right pseudo rotating light emitting portions 37 and 38. Are integrally provided with second reflecting surface portions 48 and 48 formed in a concave shape recessed backward. Further, between the first reflecting surface portion 47 and each second reflecting surface portion 48 on the front surface side of the reflector 46, a first light emitter substrate 49 to which a plurality of LEDs 50 are attached is attached. The second cover member 58 attached to the body 46 is configured to cover the second reflective surface portion 48 and the front side of the first light emitter substrate 49. That is, the rotary light emitting unit 26 is located in the first space 51 (see FIG. 3 or FIG. 6) surrounded by the first cover member 56 and the first reflecting surface portion 47, and each second cover member 58 and the corresponding second The pseudo-rotating light emitting portions 37 and 38 are located in the second space 52 (see FIG. 2) surrounded by the two reflecting surface portions 48. The first reflecting surface portion 47 has a plurality of heat radiating holes 47a penetrating in the front-rear direction (see FIG. 4 or FIG. 6), and heat of the lamp 28 described later is transmitted from the first space 51 to the outside. Heat can be efficiently radiated to prevent abnormal heat generation of the electric decoration device 20.

(About the rotating light emitting part)
As shown in FIG. 4, FIG. 6, or FIG. 7, the rotating light emitting unit 26 is detachably attached to a second light emitter substrate 27 attached at a substantially central position of the base plate 21 (light emitter). 28, a first reflecting member 29 that can rotate around the lamp 28, a second motor 30 that rotates the first reflecting member 29, and the second motor 30 connected to the first reflecting member 29. The second transmission means 31. That is, the second motor 30 and the second transmission means 31 function as a driving mechanism for rotating the first reflecting member 29. Here, the lamp 28 is connected to a control device 80 (see FIG. 18) provided on the back side of the pachinko machine, and is turned on / off based on the control of the control device 80. Thus, the lamp 28 can be turned on / off in accordance with the symbol variation game on the symbol display device 15. Here, the first reflecting member 29 has a reflecting surface 29a formed in a concave shape that is recessed on the lamp 28 side. When the lamp 28 is turned on, the light irradiated on the reflecting surface 29a side is emitted from the lamp 28. It is configured to reflect to the side. That is, when the lamp 28 is turned on, the first reflecting member 29 rotates, so that the irradiation direction of the reflected light from the first reflecting member 29 is rotationally displaced.

  The second motor 30 is fixed to the back side of the reflector 46 with the rotation axis directed upward (see FIG. 4 or 6), and is positioned above the first reflecting surface portion 47 in the reflector 46. The second transmission means 31 is connected to the first reflecting member 29 located on the front side of the first reflecting surface portion 47 through the opened opening 46a. Here, as shown in FIGS. 7 to 9, the second transmission means 31 includes a drive gear 32 attached to the rotating shaft of the second motor 30, and a first driven gear 33 meshing with the drive gear 32. The second driven gear 35 meshes with the first driven gear 33 and the first reflecting member 29 is fixed to the second driven gear 35, and the second driven gear 35 is connected to the reflector 46 through an opening 46a. It is located on the front side of the first reflecting surface portion 47. Here, the first reflecting member 29 is suspended and fixed at the rotation center of the second driven gear 35, and the rotation center of the first reflecting member 29 (that is, the rotation center of the second driven gear 35). Is positioned right above the lamp 28, and the relative positional relationship between the lamp 28 and the first reflecting member 29 is constant when the first reflecting member 29 rotates. ing. Specifically, the reflecting surface 29a always faces the lamp 28 side when the first reflecting member 29 is rotated, so that the intensity of the reflected light is constant. Here, the second motor 30 is connected to the control device 80 and drives the second motor 30 in accordance with the symbol variation game on the symbol display device 15 and the lighting / extinguishing of the lamp 28. One reflection member 29 can be rotated. The first reflecting member 29 is configured to rotate in a certain direction (left rotation in FIG. 8).

  Further, as shown in FIG. 9, a disk-shaped flange plate 34 is formed on the lower end side of the first driven gear 33 so as to extend radially outward from the outer peripheral end of the first driven gear 33. A slit 34 a is formed at a required position of the flange plate 34. That is, with the rotation of the first driven gear 33, the flange plate 34 (slit 34a) is also rotated. Here, a first detection sensor 54 connected to the control device 80 is disposed on the first sensor substrate 53 attached to the back side of the reflector 46 at a position corresponding to the flange plate 34. When the first detection sensor 54 detects the slit 34a of the flange plate 34, the control device 80 is configured to identify the original position of the first reflecting member 29. In the embodiment, when the first reflecting member 29 is in the original position, the reflecting surface 29a is set to face forward as shown in FIG. 4 or FIG. In the embodiment, a photosensor is employed as the first detection sensor 54, but the present invention is not limited to this.

(About the pseudo-rotation light emitting part)
Next, the left and right pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 will be described. Here, since the configurations of the left and right pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 provided at the left and right ends of the electrical decoration device 20 (base plate 21) are the same, only the configuration of the pseudo rotation light-emitting unit 37 located on the right side is provided. The pseudo-rotation light emitting unit 38 located on the left side will be described with the same reference numerals and detailed description thereof will be omitted. As shown in FIG. 5, FIG. 10 or FIG. 11, the right pseudo-rotating light emitting unit 37 is near the right end of the base plate 21 (in the left pseudo-rotating light emitting unit 38, near the left end of the base plate 21. LED rows (light emitter rows) LN1 to LN5 in which a plurality (two in the embodiment) of LEDs 40 and 41 are arranged on a straight line passing through a fixed point of a third light emitter substrate (substrate) 39 disposed in An inverted conical (conical) second reflecting member (reflecting member) 43 is fixed to a fixed point on the substrate 39. Here, as shown in FIG. 10, the second reflecting member 43 is formed with a support shaft 43 a that hangs downward from its apex, and the support shaft 43 a is a fixed point of the third light emitter substrate 39. It is fixed to. In other words, the second reflecting member 43 is arranged such that the apex of the second reflecting member 43 faces the fixed point of the third light emitter substrate 39, and the conical surface (conical surface) 44 of the second reflecting member 43 is the first. 3 light emitter substrate 39.

  Here, the LED rows LN1 to LN5 are arranged to extend radially in five directions on the third light emitter substrate 39 with the fixed point as the center, and are adjacent to the circumferential direction with the fixed point as the center. The angle formed by LN1 to LN5 is set to be substantially constant. In the following description, in FIG. 11, the LED row extending to the left front from the second reflecting member 43 (fixed point) is referred to as the first LED row LN1, and the right side from the second reflecting member 43 (fixed point). The LED row extending forward is designated as the second LED row LN2, the LED row extending rightward from the second reflective member 43 (fixed point) is designated as the third LED row LN3, and the second reflective member 43 ( The LED array extending right after the fixed point) is referred to as a fourth LED array LN4, and the LED array extending left rearward from the second reflecting member 43 (fixed point) is referred to as a fifth LED array LN5. In addition, each of the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 has an LED located on the outermost side of each row (hereinafter referred to as a first LED 40) substantially parallel to the third light emitter substrate 39. And arranged to irradiate light radially outward (in the direction opposite to the second reflecting member 43), and an LED (hereinafter referred to as the second LED) positioned on the inner side (fixed point side) of the first LED 40. LED 41) is arranged to irradiate light toward the conical surface 44 of the second reflecting member 43 (see FIG. 10).

  In other words, in the embodiment, when the first LED 40 of the first or second LED row LN1, LN2 located on the front side of the second reflecting member 43 is caused to emit light, the second cover member starts from the first LED 40. When the first LED 40 of the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5 located on the side or the rear side of the second reflecting member 43 is caused to emit light, the first LED 40 in the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5 emits light. The second cover member 58 is irradiated with the reflected light reflected by the two reflecting surface portions 48. On the other hand, when the second LED 41 of the first or second LED row LN1, LN2 is caused to emit light, the reflected light reflected by the conical surface 44 of the second reflecting member 43 is irradiated to the second cover member 58. When the second LEDs 41 of the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5 are caused to emit light, after being reflected by the conical surface 44 of the second reflecting member 43, the second reflecting surface portion 48 of the reflector 46 is further reflected. The second cover member 58 is irradiated with the reflected light reflected at. For this reason, in the pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 according to the embodiment, the light from the first LEDs 40 of the first and second LED rows LN1 and LN2 positioned in front of the second reflecting member 43 is the second Compared with the light from the first LED 40 of the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5 located on the rear side of the reflecting member 43, the intensity of the light when reaching the second cover member 58 is high, and the first The light from the second LEDs 41 of the second LED rows LN1 and LN2 is light when reaching the second cover member 58 as compared to the light from the second LEDs 41 of the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5. The strength of is becoming stronger.

  As shown in FIG. 18, each of the LED rows LN1 to LN5 is connected to the control device 80, and the first and second LEDs 40, 41 corresponding to each row are controlled based on the control of the control device 80. Are sequentially turned on and off in the circumferential direction for each column. Here, in the embodiment, the control device 80 includes the first LED array LN1, the second LED array LN2, the third LED array LN3, the fourth LED array LN4, and the fifth LED array LN5 in the order corresponding to the first and second LEDs 40, 41 is periodically turned on and off, and the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 in the next LED row are turned on after the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 in the turned-on LED row are turned off. Is set. That is, by sequentially turning on and off the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5, the position where the light from the first LED 40 is irradiated on the second cover member 58 and the reflected light from the second reflecting member 43. The position where the light is irradiated is displaced so that the light irradiation direction can appear to be rotationally displaced.

(About shielding member)
As shown in FIG. 1 to FIG. 3 or FIG. 7, the shielding member 60 includes a right shielding plate 61 and a left shielding plate 67 whose outer shapes are symmetrical to each other, and the first transmission means 75 is driven by the first motor 74. It is comprised so that it can move to the left-right direction along the front-end edge of the said base board 21 via this. The left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are respectively formed with a translucent display portion 60a (shaded portion in FIG. 2 or 3) representing characters and designs and a non-display portion 60b through which light cannot be transmitted. The light from the rotary light emitting unit 26 and the pseudo rotary light emitting units 37 and 38 located behind the shielding plates 61 and 67 can be transmitted to the front side through the display unit 60a. In this specification, “semi-transparent” means that the light from the rotational light emitting unit 26 and the pseudo rotational light emitting units 37 and 38 located behind is transmitted, while the rotational light emitting unit 26 and the pseudo rotational light emitting units 37 and 38 are transmitted. Is used in a concept indicating a state in which it cannot be visually recognized from the front side.

  Here, as shown in FIG. 5 or FIGS. 12 to 15, the first transmission means 75 includes a first slide member 62 connected to a lower end edge of the right shielding plate 61 and a lower end edge of the left shielding plate 67. A second slide member 68 connected to the first slide member 68, a connecting portion 70 connected to the second slide member 68 via the connecting rod 78 and the connecting portion 79, and the first slide member 62. A first rack portion 63 meshing with an upper gear portion 77a of a drive gear 77 attached to a drive shaft of the motor 74, and a lower gear portion (not shown) of the drive gear 77 formed at the front end edge of the connecting portion 70. The left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 can be operated by driving the first motor 74. Here, the drive gear 77 is integrally formed with an upper gear portion 77a and a lower gear portion, and the first rack portion 63 is engaged with the upper gear portion 77a from the front side, and the lower gear portion from the rear side. The second rack portion 71 is configured to mesh. That is, when the first motor 74 is driven, the first rack portion 63 and the second rack portion 71 are moved in opposite directions.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 5 or FIGS. 12 to 15, the first slide member 62 is formed with a first guide groove 62 a extending in the left-right direction by a required length so as to penetrate vertically. Two first guide pins 65, 65 fixed to the base plate 21 so as to be spaced apart in a direction substantially parallel to the right front end edge of the base plate 21 face the first guide groove 62a. That is, the first slide member 62 is configured to move in the left-right direction substantially parallel to the right front end edge of the base plate 21 by being restricted by the first guide pins 65, 65. Here, the right shielding plate 61 covers the right half of the rotating light emitting unit 26 and moves away from the front side of the pseudo rotating light emitting unit 37 on the right side as the first slide member 62 moves in the left-right direction. Between the position (see FIG. 2) and an open position (see FIG. 3) that is separated from the front side of the rotating light emitting unit 26 and covers the front side of the right pseudo rotating light emitting unit 37 (right second cover member 58). It is set so that it can be displaced.

  Similarly, as shown in FIG. 5 or FIGS. 12 to 15, the second slide member 68 is formed with a second guide groove 68 a extending in the left-right direction with a required length so as to penetrate vertically. Two second guide pins 73, 73 fixed to the base plate 21 so as to be spaced apart in a direction substantially parallel to the left front edge of the base plate 21 face the second guide groove 68a. That is, the second slide member 68 is configured to move in the left-right direction substantially parallel to the left front edge of the base plate 21 by being restricted by the second guide pins 73, 73. Here, the left shielding plate 67 covers the left half of the rotating light emitting unit 26 and separates from the front side of the left pseudo rotating light emitting unit 38 as the second slide member 68 moves in the left-right direction. Between the position (see FIG. 2) and an open position (see FIG. 3) that is separated from the front side of the rotating light emitting unit 26 and covers the front side of the left pseudo rotating light emitting unit 38 (left second cover member 58). It is set so that it can be displaced. Further, the second slide member 68 is formed with a protrusion 69 protruding rearward at a required position, and a cam groove 69a extending in the front-rear direction is formed in the protrusion 69.

  As shown in FIG. 5 or FIGS. 12 to 15, the connecting portion 70 is a plate-like member that is long in the left-right direction, and the second rack portion 71 is formed at the front edge thereof. Further, the connecting portion 70 is formed with a third guide groove 70a extending in the left-right direction, and a third guide pin 25 (see FIG. 5) fixedly provided on the base plate 21 in the third guide groove 70a. 5, see FIG. 13 or FIG. 15). A connecting rod 78 extending in the left direction is fixed to the left end portion of the connecting portion 70, and a support pin 79 a erected on the connecting portion 79 fixedly arranged at the left end portion of the connecting rod 78 is provided in the second slide. It is inserted into a cam groove 69 a formed in the protruding portion 69 of the member 68. The connecting rod 78 is inserted into the insertion hole 22a (see FIG. 6) of the support portion 22 (see FIG. 5 or 6) attached to the base plate 21. Accordingly, each of the connecting portion 70, the connecting rod 78, and the connecting portion 79 is restricted in movement by the third guide pin 25 and the support portion 22, and moves in the left-right direction as the first motor 74 is driven. When the connecting portion 79 moves in the left-right direction, the second slide member 68 is blocked by the connecting action of the cam groove 69a of the protruding portion 69 and the support pin 79a facing the cam groove 69a. It moves between the position and the open position.

  Here, each of the first slide member 62 (right shielding plate 61) and the second slide member 68 (left shielding plate 67) synchronizes between the shielding position and the open position by driving the first motor 74. The rotating light emitting unit 26 (first cover member 56) is completely covered by the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 at the shielding position, and the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are opened at the opened position. The rotary light emitting unit 26 (first cover member 56) is completely exposed from the gap. As shown in FIG. 17, a first shielding piece 61 a protruding leftward from the rear end portion is formed at the left end edge of the right shielding plate 61, and at the right end edge of the left shielding plate 67. A second shielding piece 67a protruding rightward from the front end portion is formed. When the left and right shielding plates 61, 67 are displaced to the shielding position, the first shielding piece 61a and the second shielding piece 67a are formed. The gap between the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 is prevented from overlapping in the front-rear direction. Positioning pieces 61b and 67b project upward from the upper left end portion of the right shielding plate 61 and the upper right end portion of the left shielding plate 67, and the positioning pieces 61b and 67b are projected to the decorative member 13. 6 is configured to be in sliding contact with the inner side (back side) of the decorative cover 13c (see FIG. 6) provided on the upper front side (only the positioning piece 67b of the left shielding plate 67 is shown in FIG. 6). That is, when the left and right shielding plates 61, 67 are displaced to the shielding position and the open position, the positioning pieces 61b, 67b guide the upper ends of the left and right shielding plates 61, 67, and the left and right shielding plates 61, 67 67 is prevented from tilting forward.

  The first motor 74 is connected to the control device 80 and rotates forward and backward based on the control of the control device 80. In the embodiment, the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are displaced from the shielding position toward the open position by rotating the first motor 74 in the normal direction (left rotation in the state of FIG. 13). Is rotated in the reverse direction (right rotation in the state shown in FIG. 15), so that the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are displaced from the open position toward the shielding position. Further, as shown in FIG. 16, the connecting portion 79 is formed with a position detecting piece 79 b that protrudes upward, and is attached to the base plate 21 so as to be positioned above the connecting portion 79. The second sensor substrate 23 is provided with a second detection sensor 24 capable of detecting the position detection piece 79b. The second detection sensor 24 is connected to the control device 80 (see FIG. 18), and when the second detection sensor 24 detects the position detection piece 79b, the original position of the second slide member 68 ( In the embodiment, the control means can identify the shielding position). Here, as described above, since the first slide member 62 and the second slide member 68 move synchronously by driving the first motor 74, the second detection sensor 24 detects the position detection piece 79b. By doing so, the original position (shielding position) of the first slide member 62 can be detected. In the embodiment, a photo sensor is employed as the second detection sensor 24 as in the case of the first detection sensor 54, but the present invention is not limited to this.

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Next, the operation of the electrical decoration device for a gaming machine according to the above-described embodiment will be described.

  In the pachinko machine according to the embodiment, the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is always held at the shielding position based on the control of the control device 80, and is from the front (player side). Visibility of the rotary light emitting unit 26 and the first cover member 56 is prevented. At this time, since the first reflecting member 29 of the rotating light emitting unit 26 is held in its original position, when the lamp 28 of the rotating light emitting unit 26 is turned on based on the control of the control device 80, the first reflecting member 29 from the lamp 28 Light and reflected light from the first reflecting member 29 are irradiated to the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) through the first cover member 56. Here, since the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is provided with a display portion 60a representing characters, patterns, etc., the display portion 60a is brightly lit up when the lamp 28 is lit. The light is produced. That is, the rotating light emitting unit 26 can function as a general light emitting unit when the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is in the shielding position. In addition, since the reflected light is irradiated to the said display part 60a because the 1st reflection member 29 of the said rotation light emission part 26 is located behind the lamp | ramp 28, this display part 60a can be made to stand out more. it can.

  Further, in a state where the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is held at the shielding position, the positions corresponding to the pseudo-rotation light emitting portions 37 and 38 in the second cover member 58 can be visually recognized from the front side. (See FIG. 2). Here, the pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 are located on the outer sides of the LEDs 40 and 41 constituting the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 arranged on the third light emitter substrate 39. The first LED 40 is mounted so as to irradiate light substantially parallel to the substrate 39 and radially outward, and the second LED 40 located on the second reflecting member 43 side (fixed point side) from the first LED 40. The LED 41 is attached so as to irradiate light toward the conical surface 44 of the second reflecting member 43, so that the second cover member 58 has strong light directly irradiated from the first LED 40 and second light. Contrast arises with the weak light reflected by the reflecting member 43.

  Further, the reflected light from the second reflecting surface portion 48 of the reflector 46 is reflected by further reflecting the reflected light reflected from the first LED 40 and the reflected light from the conical second reflecting member 43. Become light. For this reason, compared with the intensity of light when the LED rows LN1 to LN5 located on the front side of the second reflecting member 43 are turned on, the LED rows LN1 to LN1 located on the rear side of the second reflecting member 43 are compared. The intensity of light when LN5 is turned on decreases. That is, when the LED rows LN1 to LN5 are sequentially turned on and off in a certain direction for each row, the intensity of the irradiated light changes in various ways, and there is an advantage that the light emission effect can be further improved.

  Further, as in the embodiment, when each of the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 corresponding to each row is sequentially turned on / off in the order of the first LED row LN1 to the fifth LED row LN5, It can appear that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced. That is, since the light irradiation direction appears to be rotationally displaced, the light emission effect can be improved and the interest of the game can be increased as compared with the case where the LEDs 40 and 41 are simply turned on / off. In addition, by configuring the second cover member 58 to have a region where strong light is irradiated and a region where weak light is irradiated, a three-dimensional effect of light emission (depth feeling) is generated, and the light emission effect is enhanced. Can do.

  Here, the LED rows LN1 to LN5 are arranged over substantially the entire circumference of the second reflecting member 43 (fixed point), and the reflector 46 (second reflecting surface portion 48) is positioned behind the LED rows LN1 to LN5. ), The direction in which the light moves when the first and second LED rows LN1, LN2 located on the front side of the second reflecting member 43 are sequentially turned on and off, and the second reflecting member 43 This is opposite to the direction in which the light moves when the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5 located on the side and rear are sequentially turned on and off. Specifically, in the embodiment, when the first and second LED rows LN1 and LN2 are sequentially turned on and off, the light irradiation direction moves from left to right, and the third to fifth LED rows LN3 to LN5. When is sequentially turned on and off, the light irradiation direction moves from right to left. That is, when the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 of the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 are turned on / off, the light does not simply move in one direction, which can contribute to an increase in the interest of the game. . In addition, as described above, when the LED rows LN1 to LN5 are sequentially turned on / off, the intensity (contrast) of light applied to the second cover member 58 changes, so that the rotary light emitting unit 26 is changed. It is possible to make it appear that the light irradiation direction is actually (really) rotationally displaced on the inner side (back side) of the second cover member 58.

  As described above, the pseudo-rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 are provided with the second reflecting member 43 and the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 on the third light emitter substrate 39, respectively. By simply turning on and off the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 of the fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 sequentially, it is possible to make the light irradiation direction appear to be rotationally displaced. That is, the pseudo-rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 do not require a mechanism for rotating the second reflecting member 43 unlike the rotating light-emitting unit 26 when rotating the light irradiation direction. The parts 37 and 38 can be reduced in size, which can contribute to making the electrical decoration device 20 compact. Since the second reflecting member 43 is fixedly arranged at a fixed point on the third light emitter substrate 39, the LED arrays LN1 to LN5 and the second reflecting member 43 are in a fixed positional relationship. Retained. Therefore, since the positional relationship between the LED arrays LN1 to LN5 and the second reflecting member 43 is not shifted due to the vibration of transportation or the like, the expected light emitting effect can always be exhibited.

  On the other hand, when the first motor 74 is driven under the control of the control device 80 to displace the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) to the open position, the rotary light emitting unit 26 and the first cover Visual recognition from the front (player side) of the member 56 is allowed. In this state, the lamp 28 of the rotary light emitting unit 26 is turned on based on the control of the control device 80, and the second motor 30 is driven based on the control of the control device 80 to move the first reflecting member 29. When rotated, the irradiation direction of the light reflected by the first reflecting member 29 is irradiated to the first cover member 56 while being rotationally displaced about the lamp 28. As described above, since the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced about the lamp 28, the light emission effect can be improved as compared with the case where the lamp 28 is simply turned on / off, which can increase the interest of the game. it can. Further, since the rotating light emitting unit 26 actually rotates and displaces the direction of reflected light irradiation by the rotation of the first reflecting member 29, the light does not simply move in one direction. It can contribute to the increase of interest.

  Furthermore, when the reflector 46 (first reflection surface portion 47) is arranged behind the rotation region of the first reflection member 29, the reflected light is irradiated backward by the rotation of the first reflection member 29. However, since the reflected light reflected by the reflector 46 (the first reflecting surface portion 47) can be irradiated forward, the effect of the light emission effect can be further improved. In particular, when the first reflecting member 29 covers the front side of the lamp 28 due to the rotation of the first reflecting member 29, the light from the lamp 28 is not irradiated to the front side. Although there is a possibility of giving an impression that the production is interrupted, by providing the reflector 46 (first reflection surface portion 47) as in the embodiment, the reflected light of the reflector 46 (first reflection surface portion 47) is irradiated forward. Therefore, a continuous light emission effect is possible.

  Here, the rotary light emitting unit 26 and the first cover member 56 are visible from the player side only when the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is displaced from the shielding position to the open position. The unexpectedness at the time of the operation | movement of the electrical decoration apparatus 20 can be raised, a stronger impact can be given, and the interest of a game can be increased. Moreover, the light emission effect by the rotation light emission part 26 can be performed by displacing the shielding member 60 to an open position. Therefore, there is an advantage that the interest of the game can be improved without impairing the function of the rotary light emitting unit 26. And, since the light emitting effects can be different between when the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61, 67) is in the shielding position and when it is in the open position, the light emitting effects can be diversified and the game can be enjoyed. It can be increased.

  By the way, the rotary light emitting unit 26 of the embodiment fixes the lamp 28 to the second light emitter substrate 27 provided on the base plate 21 of the electrical decoration device 20 and rotates the first reflecting member 29. 30 and the second transmission means 31 are attached to the reflector 46, respectively. Here, the first reflecting member 29, the second motor 30 and the second transmission means 31 and the lamp 28 are arranged on the same side (base plate 21 side or reflector 46 side). Even if it exists, the irradiation direction of light can be rotationally displaced similarly to the rotation light emission part 26 of an Example. However, in this configuration, there is a problem in that the configuration is complicated and the apparatus is increased in size and cost. That is, by providing the rotating component (the first reflecting member 29, the second motor 30, and the second transmission means 31) in the rotating light emitting unit 26 and the component (the lamp 28) that does not rotate at different positions, Since the structure of the rotating component part and the non-rotating component part can be simplified, the rotating light-emitting unit 26 can be made compact to reduce the size of the electric decoration device 20 as a whole.

  Further, the arrangement positions of the first reflecting member 29, the second motor 30 and the second transmission means 31 in the electric decoration device 20 and the lamp 28 are opposite to those in the embodiment. However, the light irradiation direction can be rotationally displaced. Specifically, a second motor 30 for rotating the first reflecting member 29 and a second transmission means 31 are disposed on the base plate 21 side, and a second lamp 28 is provided on the reflector 46. Even when the light emitter substrate 27 is provided and the lamp 28 is suspended, the first reflecting member 29 can be rotated by driving the second motor 30 to rotate and displace the light irradiation direction. However, in this configuration, when the lamp 28 is detachably mounted as in the embodiment, the lamp 28 may fall off due to vibration during transportation of the pachinko machine. In contrast, in the embodiment, the lamp 28 is detachably disposed on the second light emitter substrate 27 (on the lower surface side of the apparatus) attached to the base plate 21, so that the lamp 28 can be replaced. In addition, the lamp 28 can be prevented from falling off during transportation of the pachinko machine. Further, by providing a driving mechanism for rotating the first reflecting member 29 above the reflector 46 (on the upper surface side of the apparatus), compared to the case where the driving mechanism is provided on the base plate 21 side, the lower side of the apparatus. It is possible to prevent the thickness of the material from increasing. Therefore, the symbol display device 15 arranged at the lower position of the decorating device 20 and the decorating device 20 can be brought close to each other, and when the rotating light emitting unit 26 and the pseudo rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 emit light, these Since it becomes easy to attract a player's interest to a light emission part, there exists an advantage which can improve the light emission effect. In the state where the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is displaced to the open position, the screw at the substantially central position (recessed portion 21a) in the left and right direction at the front end of the base plate 21 is removed, By removing the decorative piece 18 and the first cover member 56, the lamp 28 of the rotary light emitting unit 26 can be exposed to the front side. Accordingly, it is possible to improve the workability of replacement / maintenance work of the lamp 28 when the lamp 28 is out of ball or damaged.

  Further, when the first motor 74 is driven under the control of the control device 80 to displace the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) to the open position, the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates). 61, 67) is located in front of the left and right pseudo-rotating light emitting portions 37, 38. In this state, even if the first and second LEDs 40 and 41 of the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 are sequentially turned on / off as described above, the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced to the player. There is a possibility that it cannot be pretending. Accordingly, in this case, the first and second LEDs 40, 41 of the first to fifth LED rows LN1 to LN5 are turned on / off at regular intervals, or randomly turned on / off. Light from the LED or reflected light from the second reflecting member 43 or the reflector 46 (second reflecting surface portion 48) is irradiated to the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61, 67) via the second cover member 58. Can do. Here, as described above, since the display unit 60a is provided on the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67), the display unit 60a is brightened so that the display unit 60a is lifted when the pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 emit light. The light is produced. That is, when the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) is in the open position, the pseudo-rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 can function as general light emitting units.

  As described above, the display unit 60a is provided on the shielding member 60 (the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67), and the light from the rotating light emitting unit 26 and the pseudo rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 can be transmitted forward. Thus, it is possible to perform a light emission effect even when the shielding member 60 is displaced to either the shielding position or the open position. That is, the rotating light emitting unit 26 and the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) are in the shielding position and the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61 and 67) are in the open position. Since the pseudo-rotation light emitting units 37 and 38 can perform different light emission effects, the effects can be diversified, and there is an advantage that the unexpectedness and impact of the game can be enhanced. Further, the rotating light emitting unit 26 is covered with the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61, 67) by displacing the shielding member 60 (left and right shielding plates 61, 67) between the shielding position and the open position. Or the pseudo-rotating light emitting units 37 and 38 can be covered.

  Here, the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are synchronously displaced from the shielding position to the open position by rotating the first motor 74 forward and synchronously by rotating the first motor 74 backward. Displace from the open position to the shield position. In this way, by configuring the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 to be displaced between the shielding position and the open position by the single first motor 74, the number of parts is reduced and the cost is reduced. There is an advantage that the electric decoration device 20 can be prevented from being enlarged. Further, the positioning pieces 61b and 67b formed on the upper edge of the left and right shielding plates 61 and 67 are configured to be in sliding contact with the inner side (back side) of the decoration cover 13c of the decoration member 13, so that the left and right shielding plates 61 are arranged. , 67 can be smoothly moved between the shielding position and the open position, and an excessive force can be prevented from acting on the left and right shielding plates 61, 67.

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In addition, the effect device of the gaming machine according to the present invention is not limited to the example, and various modifications can be made.
In the embodiment, the shielding member is configured to move in the left-right direction. However, the present invention is not limited thereto, and the shielding plate may be moved in the up-down direction or may be configured to open and close in a door shape. That is, as long as the shielding member is moved, it can be arbitrarily displaced as long as it can be displaced to a shielding position that prevents the rotation light emitting part from being visually recognized from the front side and an open position that allows the rotation light emitting part to be visually recognized from the front side. It can be changed.

  In the embodiment, the shielding member is composed of a plate-like shielding plate, but a cloth-like or film-like one can also be suitably employed. Moreover, it is also possible to use one or three or more shielding plates as the shielding member. Furthermore, the configuration of the driving means and the transmission means for operating the shielding member is not limited to that of the embodiment, and may be changed as necessary.

  The rotating light-emitting unit that is covered by the shielding member is not limited to the rotating lamp type in which the reflecting member rotates as in the embodiment, and the light emitter row is sequentially turned on and off without rotating the reflecting member. It may be a pseudo-rotating light emitting unit that makes it appear that the irradiation direction is rotationally displaced. That is, the rotary light emitting unit according to the present invention includes one that actually rotates and displaces the light irradiation direction and one that pretends that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced. Further, the rotating light emitting unit may be configured to rotate the light emitter itself so that the light irradiation direction is rotationally displaced.

  In the embodiment, the light emitter is provided on the lower side of the apparatus and the drive mechanism of the first reflecting member is provided on the upper side of the apparatus. However, the present invention is not limited to this. The light emitter and the drive mechanism may be provided on the same side.

  In the pseudo-rotating light emitting unit of the embodiment, each light emitter row is configured by two LEDs, but is not limited thereto, and the light emitter row is configured by three or more LEDs. Also good. In addition, the shape of the second reflecting member of the pseudo-rotating light emitting unit is not limited to a conical shape, and may be formed in a polygonal pyramid shape. Further, the arrangement posture of the second reflecting member 43 is not limited to that of the embodiment, and a substrate (third light emitting substrate) on which the light emitter row is arranged is provided above, and the vertex of the second reflecting member is Even if it is arranged in a posture facing the substrate, the same effect as the embodiment can be obtained.

  In the embodiment, the light emitter row of the pseudo-rotating light emitting unit is configured to extend radially in five directions around a fixed point, but is not limited to this and can be arbitrarily changed. In order to make the light appear to be rotationally displaced in real, it is preferable to arrange the light emitter rows in five or more directions over the entire circumference around the fixed point. Further, in the embodiment, the light emitter rows are provided radially evenly around the entire circumference around the fixed point. However, the light emitter rows may be arranged radially only on the front side of the fixed point (second reflecting member). Is possible.

  In the embodiment, a reflector in which a first reflecting surface portion that reflects light irradiated backward from the rotating light emitting portion and a second reflecting surface portion that reflects light irradiated backward from the pseudo rotating light emitting portion are integrally formed. However, the first reflecting surface portion and the second reflecting surface portion are separated, and reflectors (corresponding first reflecting surface portion and second reflecting surface portion) are individually provided behind the rotating light emitting portion and the pseudo rotating light emitting portion. You may make it arrange | position to.

  In the embodiment, the configuration in which the electrical decoration device is provided on the decorative member that the symbol display device faces is exemplified, but the present invention is not limited to this, and the electrical decoration device is arranged at a required position of the game board. Alternatively, it may be provided at a portion that can be seen from the player side, such as the front frame or the middle frame. Furthermore, the gaming machine that employs the electrical decoration device according to the present invention is not limited to the pachinko machines exemplified in the embodiments, and can be adopted in various conventionally known gaming machines such as slot machine machines and arrange ball machines. is there.

It is a front view which shows the game board provided with the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the decoration member which provided the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which has a shielding member in a shielding position is shown. It is a front view which shows the decoration member which provided the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which has a shielding member in an open position is shown. It is a front view which shows the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: It shows in the state which removed the shielding member and the cover member from the electrical decoration apparatus. It is a top view which shows the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, Comprising: It shows in the state which removed the reflector and the cover member from the electrical decoration apparatus. It is the sectional view on the AA line in FIG. It is a perspective view which shows the rotation light emission part of the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, and the shielding member displaced to the open position. It is a perspective view which shows the rotation light emission part which concerns on an Example. It is a top view which shows the rotation light emission part which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows roughly the pseudo | simulation rotation light emission part which concerns on an Example, and the 2nd reflective surface part of a reflector. It is a cross-sectional top view which shows schematically the pseudo | simulation rotation light emission part which concerns on an Example, and the 2nd reflective surface part of a reflector. It is a perspective view which shows the drive mechanism of the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which displaces this shielding board from a shielding position to an open position is shown. It is a top view which shows the drive mechanism of the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which displaces this shielding board from a shielding position to an open position is shown. It is a perspective view which shows the drive mechanism of the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which displaces this shielding board from an open position to a shielding position is shown. It is a top view which shows the drive mechanism of the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example, Comprising: The state which displaces this shielding board from an open position to a shielding position is shown. It is a perspective view which expands and shows the position detection piece which positions the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example. It is a cross-sectional top view which expands and shows the contact part of this shielding board in the state which hold | maintained the right and left shielding board which concerns on an Example in the shielding position. It is a block diagram which shows the relationship between each electric component of the electrical decoration apparatus which concerns on an Example, and a control apparatus.

Explanation of symbols

26 Rotating light emitting part (second light emitting part), 37,38 Pseudo rotating light emitting part (first light emitting part)
39 3rd light emitter substrate (substrate), 40 1st LED
41 2nd LED, 43 2nd reflection member (reflection member)
44 conical surface (conical surface), 46 reflector, 60 shielding member
74 1st motor (driving means), 80 control device LN1 1st LED row (light emitter row), LN2 2nd LED row (light emitter row)
LN3 3rd LED row (light emitter row), LN4 4th LED row (light emitter row)
LN5 5th LED row (light emitter row)

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  1. A light emitter array in which a plurality of LEDs are arranged on a straight line passing through a fixed point on the substrate is arranged radially on the substrate with the fixed point as the center, and a reflecting member formed in a conical shape has a vertex at the top of the substrate. The first light-emitting unit arranged so as to face the fixed point is provided , and the light-emitting body rows are sequentially turned on and off in the circumferential direction for each row based on the control of the control means, thereby irradiating light from the reflecting member An electrical decoration device for a gaming machine that pretends that the direction is rotationally displaced,
    The light emitter row is :
    A first LED that is positioned at the outermost side of each row and that irradiates light substantially parallel to the substrate and radially outward;
    Located in fixed point side than the first LED, while being composed of a second LED that emits light toward the conical surface of the reflecting member,
    A second light-emitting unit including a light emitter is provided on a side of the first light-emitting unit;
    A shielding member that is displaceable to a shielding position that prevents the second light emitting unit from being visually recognized from the front and an open position that permits visual recognition from the front of the second light emitting unit; Is configured to be displaced between a shield position and an open position,
    When the shielding member is displaced to the open position, the shielding member covers the front of the first light emitting unit, and when the shielding member is displaced to the shielding position, the shielding member is separated from the front of the first light emitting unit. An electrical decoration device for a gaming machine, which is configured as described above .
  2.   The light emitter row is disposed over substantially the entire circumference of the reflecting member, and a reflector that is formed in a concave shape and reflects light forward is disposed at a rear position of the light emitter row. An electrical decoration device for the gaming machine described.
  3. The gaming machine electrical decoration device according to claim 1, wherein the reflecting member is fixedly disposed at a fixed point on the substrate.
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