JP5404190B2 - Lighting device and lighting apparatus - Google Patents

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JP5404190B2
JP5404190B2 JP2009133300A JP2009133300A JP5404190B2 JP 5404190 B2 JP5404190 B2 JP 5404190B2 JP 2009133300 A JP2009133300 A JP 2009133300A JP 2009133300 A JP2009133300 A JP 2009133300A JP 5404190 B2 JP5404190 B2 JP 5404190B2
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  The present invention relates to a lighting device and a lighting fixture using, for example, an LED as a light source.

  A power supply circuit capable of changing the color temperature is common as shown in Patent Document 1, and an LED or discharge lamp lighting device capable of changing the color temperature is common as shown in Patent Document 2. .

JP 2006-210077 A JP 2004-103444 A

  A power supply circuit capable of varying the color temperature is already common as shown in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. H10-228707. However, in order to control an arbitrary light source at an arbitrary dimming degree, it is necessary to prepare a dimmer separately or arrange a dimming signal line in the control device, which causes extra construction costs and increases the construction period. . For this reason, there is a problem that not only the equipment price rises but also the initial investment for introduction increases.

  An object of the present invention is, for example, to be able to manufacture a lighting device and a lighting fixture for dimming a light source at low cost.

The lighting device of the present invention is
A first light source mounting portion to which the first light source is mounted;
A second light source mounting portion to which a second light source having a color temperature different from that of the first light source is mounted;
A switching detection unit for detecting a pause control that switches on within a predetermined time after the power switch switches from on to off;
Dimming that turns on at least one of the first light source and the second light source with an illuminance different from the illuminance before turning off before the power switch is turned off when the switching detection unit detects pause control. A dimming control unit that performs control.

  According to the present invention, for example, a lighting device and a lighting fixture for dimming a light source can be manufactured at low cost.

FIG. 2 is a circuit diagram of LED lighting device 100 in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a relationship between a power supply state and a charge amount of a capacitor in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating light control 1 in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a diagram showing dimming control 2 in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating light control 3 in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a dimming control 4 in the first embodiment. FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating a change order of color temperatures in light control in the first embodiment. FIG. 5 shows another example A of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment. FIG. 5 shows another example B of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment. FIG. 5 shows another example C of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment. FIG. 5 shows another example D of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment. The figure which shows dimming control of the LED lighting device 100 in Embodiment 1 (another example D). FIG. 6 is a circuit diagram A of the LED lighting device 100 according to the second embodiment. The circuit diagram B of the LED lighting device 100 in Embodiment 2. FIG. FIG. 6 is a circuit diagram C of the LED lighting device 100 according to the second embodiment. The table | surface which shows the dimming control of the LED lighting device 100 in Embodiment 2 (circuit diagram C).

Embodiment 1 FIG.
An LED lighting device and an LED lighting apparatus for dimming the LED will be described.

In the first embodiment, when the user wants to adjust the brightness and color temperature of the illumination, the user performs a pause control for switching the illumination power switch from on to off for a short time and then switching it on again.
In addition, when the user wants to adjust the brightness and color temperature to the default settings, the user performs specific switching control that repeats the pause control a predetermined number of times.
When the power switch is turned on after a predetermined time or longer off period (normal switching control), the luminaire is lit at the brightness and color temperature immediately before the turn-off.

FIG. 1 is a circuit diagram of LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment.
The configuration of the LED lighting device 100 according to Embodiment 1 will be described below with reference to FIG.

The LED lighting device 100 includes a white LED lighting circuit 121 to which a plurality of white LEDs that emit white light are attached as light sources, a red LED lighting circuit 122 to which a plurality of red LEDs that emit red light are attached as light sources, and each LED 105. An optical microcomputer 114 is provided. However, you may use LED (green LED, blue LED, etc.) other than white LED and red LED.
The LED lighting apparatus 101 includes an LED lighting device 100, an LED 105, an apparatus main body, a lighting cover, and the like.

  In addition, the LED lighting device 100 includes a rectifier circuit 111, a DC power supply circuit 112, and a power supply synchronization circuit 113.

  The LED lighting device 100 is connected to a commercial power source 102 and can be switched between a power supply state (on) and a power supply stop state (off) of the commercial power source 102 by a power switch 103.

  The rectifier circuit 111 rectifies an alternating current from the commercial power supply 102, and the direct current power circuit 112 generates a direct current from the rectified alternating current. The direct current generated by the direct current power supply circuit 112 is input to the white LED lighting circuit 121 and the red LED lighting circuit 122 to light each LED 105.

  The power supply synchronization circuit 113 detects whether the power supply state or the power supply stop state.

Based on the detection result of the power supply synchronization circuit 113, the microcomputer 114 switches from the power supply state to the power supply stop state (off) until the next power supply state (on) (off-on time). Is identified.
Hereinafter, control that is switched from the power supply state to the power supply stop state (off) and further switched to the power supply state (on) is referred to as “off-on control”.

The microcomputer 114 detects an off / on control in which the off / on time is shorter (or the same) as the predetermined stop time as “pause control”. Hereinafter, the predetermined stop time in the pause control is referred to as “temporary stop time”.
When the microcomputer 114 detects the pause control, it turns on at least one of the white LED and the red LED with an illuminance different from the illuminance immediately before the power supply is stopped (off) (illuminance before turning off). Light control).
The microcomputer 114 may detect, as “pause control”, control in which off-on control in which the off-on time is shorter than the pause time is performed a predetermined number of times within a predetermined time.

The microcomputer 114 detects off-on control in which the off-on time is longer than the pause time as “normal switching control”.
When the microcomputer 114 detects the normal switching control, the microcomputer 114 turns on the white LED and the red LED with the same illuminance as that before turning off (relighting control).

The microcomputer 114 detects, as “specific switching control”, a control in which the off-on control is performed a predetermined number of times within a predetermined time (or the same) as the off-on time being shorter than the pause time. For example, the “predetermined number of times” in the specific switching control is set to a number greater than the “predetermined number of times” in the temporary stop control. Thereby, specific switching control can be distinguished from temporary stop control.
When the microcomputer 114 detects the specific switching control, the microcomputer 114 turns on the white LED and the red LED with the initial illuminance (reset lighting control).

  The microcomputer 114 performs dimming control, relighting control, and reset lighting control by controlling the input current from the DC power supply circuit 112 to each LED lighting circuit.

  When the microcomputer 114 is switched to the power supply stop state, the microcomputer 114 stores a pre-off illuminance value representing the pre-off illuminance value in the nonvolatile memory 115.

The nonvolatile memory 115 stores control information used by the microcomputer 114.
The pre-off illuminance value and the initial set value of illuminance are examples of control information stored in the nonvolatile memory 115.

  Next, an example of a method for determining the off-on time by the power supply synchronization circuit 113 and the microcomputer 114 will be described.

<Off-on time determination method 1>
The power supply synchronization circuit 113 is connected to the rectifier circuit 111 and outputs a pulse signal to the microcomputer 114 in accordance with the magnitude of the rectified voltage rectified by the rectifier circuit 111. When the rectified voltage exceeds a predetermined voltage in the vicinity of the maximum voltage, the power supply synchronizing circuit 113 outputs a pulse signal (ON signal) indicating that the power supply state has been entered to the microcomputer 114. Further, when the rectified voltage falls below a predetermined voltage near the lowest voltage (0 V), the power supply synchronizing circuit 113 outputs a pulse signal (off signal) indicating that the power supply has been stopped to the microcomputer 114.
The microcomputer 114 calculates the time from the detection of the ON signal of the power supply synchronization circuit 113 to the detection of the OFF signal as the OFF ON time, and compares the calculated OFF ON time with the pause time.

<Off-on time determination method 2>
The power supply synchronization circuit 113 may not actively detect the power supply state and the power supply stop state.
For example, the power supply synchronization circuit 113 may include a capacitor and a resistor, and the charge amount of the capacitor may represent a power supply state and a power supply stop state.
The capacitor is charged during the power supply state (on) and discharged during the power supply stop state (off). The amount of charge discharge follows the discharge time constant between the capacitor and the resistor.
Therefore, the off-on time can be determined from the charge amount of the capacitor when switched to the power supply state.

FIG. 2 is a diagram showing the relationship between the power supply state and the charge amount of the capacitor in the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 2, the charge amount of the capacitor of the power supply synchronization circuit 113 decreases during the off period and increases during the on period.
The power source (microcomputer power source 104) of the microcomputer 114 may be turned on / off in synchronization with the commercial power source 102. That is, the microcomputer 114 operates during the on period and stops during the off period.
When the microcomputer 114 enters the ON period and completes the startup operation (microcomputer power supply synchronization determination timing t1), the microcomputer 114 detects the charge amount of the capacitor of the power supply synchronization circuit 113 (capacitor voltage at the time of microcomputer determination).
The microcomputer 114 determines that the off-on time is shorter than the pause time (temporary stop control) when the charge amount of the capacitor is equal to or greater than a predetermined value. This is because it is considered that the discharge period (off period) is short if the charge amount of the capacitor is equal to or greater than a predetermined value.

  Next, an example of dimming control will be described.

  When the microcomputer 114 detects the pause control, the microcomputer 114 controls the input current of each LED lighting circuit and performs the following dimming control. A method for controlling the input current of the LED lighting circuit will be described later.

  In the dimming control, the brightness and color temperature of the illumination are adjusted. The brightness and color temperature of illumination change according to the illuminance of each LED 105, and the illuminance of each LED 105 changes according to the input current of each LED lighting circuit. When the input current of the LED lighting circuit is large, the illuminance of the LED 105 is high and the illumination is bright. The color temperature of illumination is a hue according to the illuminance of each LED 105.

<Dimming control 1>
FIG. 3 is a diagram showing the dimming control 1 in the first embodiment.
3, the upper “white LED input (A)” indicates the input current (ampere) of the white LED lighting circuit 121, the middle “red LED input (A)” indicates the input current of the red LED lighting circuit 122, and the lower “Color temperature (K)” indicates the total color temperature (Kelvin) of the light of the white LED and the light of the red LED. The horizontal axis is the time axis. The same applies to the subsequent figures.

As shown in FIG. 3, when the microcomputer 114 detects the pause control, it turns off the LED (white LED) that was lit before turning off, and turns on the LED (red LED) that was turned off before turning off. Let
That is, the microcomputer 114 switches between the LED that is turned on and the LED that is turned off each time the pause control is detected.

<Dimming control 2>
FIG. 4 is a diagram showing the dimming control 2 in the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 4, the microcomputer 114 performs dimming with detection of the first pause control as “dimming start” and detection of the next pause control (or switching to off) as “dimming stop”. The period from the start to the dimming stop is the “lighting level adjustment mode”.
The microcomputer 114 continues to change the illuminance of the red LED (the input current of the red LED lighting circuit 122) during the lighting level adjustment mode. At the same time, the microcomputer 114 keeps the white LED on at a constant illuminance. However, the illuminance of the white LED may be changed instead of the illuminance of the red LED. It may be changed continuously as shown in FIG. 4, or may be changed every predetermined time.
In other words, the microcomputer 114 keeps changing the illuminance of the other LEDs while lighting one of the LEDs with a constant illuminance until the next pause control is detected after the pause control is detected.
A predetermined illuminance can be secured by lighting any one of the LEDs with a constant illuminance. In particular, the white LED has a large luminous flux and is suitable as a main light source for ensuring illuminance.

<Dimming control 3>
FIG. 5 is a diagram showing the dimming control 3 in the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 5, during the lighting level adjustment mode, the microcomputer 114 switches between an LED that is turned on and an LED that is turned off every predetermined time.

<Dimming control 4>
FIG. 6 is a diagram showing the dimming control 4 in the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 6, during the lighting level adjustment mode, the microcomputer 114 turns on all the LEDs and keeps changing the illuminance of each LED. As shown in FIG. 6, it may be changed every predetermined time or may be changed continuously.

  Next, an example of the change order of the color temperature by dimming control will be described.

FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating a change order of the color temperature by the light control in the first embodiment.
In FIG. 7, N-stage color temperatures are provided, and “color temperature 1, color temperature 2,..., Color temperature N” are set in the dark color order. That is, lighting at “color temperature 1” means the darkest lower limit lighting, and lighting at “color temperature N” means the brightest upper limit lighting.
The color temperature shown in FIG. 7 corresponds to the color temperature of the illumination or the color temperature of each lighting circuit. That is, the color temperature of the LED of each lighting circuit may change as shown in FIG. 7 by the dimming control, or the color temperature of the entire illumination may change as shown in FIG.

As shown in FIG. 7A, the microcomputer 114 may change the color temperature 1 from the color temperature N in order, and then change the color temperature N to the color temperature 1 in order (reciprocal change).
As shown in FIG. 7B, the microcomputer 114 may change the color temperature 1 to the color temperature N in order, and then change the color temperature 1 to the color temperature N again (forward change).
In contrast to FIG. 7B, the microcomputer 114 may change the color temperature N to the color temperature 1 in order, and then change the color temperature N to the color temperature 1 again in order.

  Further, the arrangement order of the color temperature 1 to the color temperature N may be a predetermined order other than the dark order or a random order.

  Next, an example of a control method for controlling the input current of the LED lighting circuit during dimming control, relighting control, and reset lighting control will be described.

<Input current control method 1>
As shown in FIG. 1, the microcomputer 114 controls the DC power supply circuit 112 to adjust the output current from the DC power supply circuit 112 to each LED lighting circuit, and at the same time, the gate terminal of the MOS-FET 131 in each LED lighting circuit. The input current (drain current) of each LED lighting circuit is adjusted by adjusting the output current to the LED.
Each MOS-FET 131 has a drain terminal connected to a plurality of LEDs 105 connected in series, a gate terminal connected to the microcomputer 114, and a source terminal connected to the rectifier circuit 111.

<Input current control method 2>
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing another example A of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 8, the microcomputer 114 controls the DC power supply circuit 112 b connected to the white LED lighting circuit 121 to adjust the input current of the white LED lighting circuit 121 and also connects to the red LED lighting circuit 122. The power supply circuit 112a is controlled to adjust the input current of the red LED lighting circuit 122.

<Input current control method 3>
FIG. 9 is a diagram illustrating another example B of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 9, the LED lighting device 100 includes an LED current control circuit (141a, 141b) connected to the base terminal of the transistor 132 in the LED lighting circuit.
The microcomputer 114 controls the LED current control circuit 141 a connected to the white LED lighting circuit 121 to adjust the input current of the white LED lighting circuit 121 (the collector current of the transistor 132) and connects it to the red LED lighting circuit 122. The LED current control circuit 141b is controlled to adjust the input current of the red LED lighting circuit 122.

<Input current control method 4>
FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating another example C of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 10, the LED lighting device 100 includes a control circuit 142, an inverter circuit 143, an impedance element 144, and a rectifier circuit 145. The inverter circuit 143, the impedance element 144, and the rectifier circuit 145 include two groups of a group connected to the white LED lighting circuit 121 and a group connected to the red LED lighting circuit 122.
The inverter circuit 143 outputs the direct current from the direct current power supply circuit 112 as an alternating current.
The impedance element 144 has a specific frequency characteristic and is connected to the inverter circuit 143 and the rectifier circuit 145.
The rectifier circuit 145 rectifies the alternating current from the inverter circuit 143 and charges it with a capacitor, and causes the direct current to flow to the LED lighting circuit with the charged voltage.
The control circuit 142 controls the oscillation frequency of each inverter circuit 143.
The microcomputer 114 is connected to the control circuit 142 and controls the control circuit 142. The microcomputer 114 controls the control circuit 142 to change the frequency of the alternating current from the inverter circuit 143 to the rectifier circuit 145 and adjust the input current from the rectifier circuit 145 to the LED lighting circuit.

<Input current control method 5>
FIG. 11 is a diagram illustrating another example D of the LED lighting device 100 according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 11, the LED lighting device 100 includes a blinking on / off period control circuit 146.
The blinking on / off period control circuit 146 is connected to the base terminal of the transistor 132 in each LED lighting circuit, and turns on / off the output current to the base terminal of each transistor 132 to determine whether or not the input current of each transistor 132 exists. (ON / OFF) switching (current switching).
The microcomputer 114 is connected to the blinking on / off period control circuit 146 and controls the time interval (on time and off time) of current switching of the blinking on / off period control circuit 146.

FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating dimming control of the LED lighting device 100 (another example D) according to the first embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 12, when the input current of the transistor 132 is turned on / off, the average current (effective voltage) of the input current of the transistor 132 changes according to the ratio between the on time and the off time.

  In the first embodiment, for example, the following LED lighting device 100 (and LED lighting fixture 101) has been described.

The LED lighting device 100 includes a rectifier circuit 111 that rectifies the commercial power supply 102 and a DC power supply circuit 112 that converts and generates a DC power source obtained by boosting or stepping down the pulsating voltage obtained from the rectifier circuit 111.
Moreover, the LED lighting device 100 has a first LED lighting part (white LED) and a second LED lighting part (red LED) having a color temperature different from that of the first LED lighting part.
Further, the LED lighting device 100 detects whether the temporary supply stop state is a preset time when the commercial power supply 102 changes from the power supply state to the temporary supply stop state and then enters the power supply state again. A detection unit (power supply synchronization circuit 113, microcomputer 114), an LED lighting control circuit (white LED lighting circuit 121, red LED lighting circuit 122), and a non-volatile memory 115 that stores the control state of the LED are provided.
The LED lighting device 100 changes the total LED lighting level by switching the first LED lighting unit or the second LED lighting unit when there is a signal (a plurality of control times) obtained from the power supply temporary stop detection unit. . The LED lighting device 100 stores the LED lighting control method in the nonvolatile memory 115.
When there is no temporary power supply stop signal at the start of power supply, the LED lighting device 100 controls the lighting of the LED lighting circuit by the LED lighting control method read from the nonvolatile memory 115 at the start of power supply.
The LED lighting device 100 lights the first LED lighting unit and the second LED lighting unit at the initial lighting level when the signal obtained from the power supply temporary stop detection unit is continuously and a predetermined number of times. The initial lighting level is stored in advance in the nonvolatile memory 115. The number of signal detections is equal to or greater than the above-described control number.
For example, see “Dimming control 1” and “Input current control method 1”.

When the LED lighting device 100 continuously detects that the signal obtained from the power supply pause detection unit is within a predetermined set value for a predetermined number of times, the LED lighting device 100 shifts to the color temperature adjustment mode and sets the lighting level to the lower limit lighting level state. To the upper lighting level state.
When the LED lighting device 100 detects again that the signal obtained from the power supply temporary stop detection unit is within a predetermined set value, the LED lighting device 100 stores the lighting level at that time in the nonvolatile memory.
When there is no temporary power supply stop signal at the start of power supply, the LED lighting device 100 controls the lighting of the LED lighting circuit by the LED lighting control method read from the nonvolatile memory at the start of power supply.
For example, see “Dimming control 2” and “Input current control method 1”.

As a method for obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 has two or more LED lighting parts having different color temperatures, and obtains a predetermined brightness by a combination thereof.
For example, see “dimming control 3” and “input current control method 1”.

As a method for obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 lights a plurality of LED lighting parts having different color temperatures at the same time, and makes the output of the DC power supply circuit variable according to the LED lighting part. To get the brightness.
For example, see “Dimming control 4” and “Input current control method 2”.

As a method for obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 simultaneously turns on different LED lighting parts, controls the collector current of the transistors connected to the respective LED lighting parts, and limits the LED current. To get the brightness.
For example, see “Dimming control 4” and “Input current control method 3”.

The LED lighting device 100 has an inverter circuit that is connected to a DC power supply circuit and generates an AC voltage as a method of obtaining a total LED lighting level.
The LED lighting device 100 has a predetermined brightness by varying the LED current of each LED lighting unit by a control unit that controls the oscillation frequency of the inverter circuit and an impedance element having a frequency characteristic connected to the inverter circuit unit. Get
For example, see “Input Current Control Method 4”.

As a method of obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 simultaneously lights different LED lighting parts, changes the on / off period of the switch element connected to each LED lighting part, and averages the LED current. To obtain a predetermined brightness.
For example, see “Input Current Control Method 5”.

As a method of obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 secures the illuminance by the white LED, and varies the brightness of the red LED that is lit at the same time depending on the number of times the power is turned on and off to obtain a predetermined brightness.
For example, see “Dimming control 2”.

Embodiment 2. FIG.
The LED lighting device 100 (and the LED lighting fixture 101) for lighting three LEDs having different color temperatures will be described.
Hereinafter, items different from the first embodiment will be described. Matters whose description is omitted are the same as those in the first embodiment.

<Three-color LED lighting device 1>
FIG. 13 is a circuit diagram A of the LED lighting device 100 according to the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 13, the LED lighting device 100 includes a green LED lighting circuit 123 to which a plurality of green LEDs emitting green light are attached as light sources in addition to the white LED lighting circuit 121 and the red LED lighting circuit 122. .
The off-on time determination method, dimming control, and input current control method may be any of those described in the first embodiment.

<Three-color LED lighting device 2>
FIG. 14 is a circuit diagram B of the LED lighting device 100 according to the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 14, the LED lighting device 100 includes a green LED lighting circuit 123, a feedback circuit 147, a current detection circuit 148, and a current transformer 149.
The current transformer 149 is connected to each LED lighting circuit, the current detection circuit 148, and the rectifier circuit 111. The current detection circuit 148 is based on the current from the current transformer 149, and the total current (total current) flowing through each LED lighting circuit. Is detected.
The feedback circuit 147 is connected to the current detection circuit 148 and detects the amount of change in the total current of each LED lighting circuit based on the total current of each LED lighting circuit detected by the current detection circuit 148.
The microcomputer 114 is connected to the feedback circuit 147 and controls the DC power supply circuit 112 based on the current change amount of each LED lighting circuit detected by the feedback circuit 147. Thereby, the microcomputer 114 keeps the total current of each LED lighting circuit constant.
For example, the microcomputer 114 controls the dimming of the red LED and the green LED by controlling the DC power supply circuit 112 and inputs the white LED lighting circuit 121 so as to keep the total current of each LED lighting circuit constant. Adjust the current.
By keeping the total current of each LED lighting circuit constant, the color temperature of the illumination can be changed while keeping the illumination intensity constant.

<Three-color LED lighting device 3>
FIG. 15 is a circuit diagram C of the LED lighting device 100 according to the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 15, the LED lighting device 100 includes a red LED lighting circuit 122, a green LED lighting circuit 123, and a blue LED lighting circuit 124.
FIG. 16 is a table showing dimming control of the LED lighting device 100 (circuit diagram C) in the second embodiment.
As shown in FIG. 16, the microcomputer 114 switches LEDs that are lit in seven combinations of red LED, blue LED, and green LED. As a result, seven color temperatures can be obtained.
It should be noted that the color temperature can be increased to eight or more by changing the brightness of the LEDs of each color (adjusting the balance).

  In the second embodiment, for example, the following LED lighting device 100 (and LED lighting fixture 101) has been described.

  As a method for obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 secures the illuminance by the white LED, and varies the brightness of the red LED and the green LED that are lit at the same time depending on the number of times the power is turned on and off, thereby obtaining a predetermined brightness. (See “Three-color LED lighting device 1”).

  As a method of obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 secures the illuminance by the white LED, changes the brightness of the red LED and the green LED that are lit at the same time depending on the number of times the power is turned on and off, and keeps the illuminance constant. The current of the white light source LED is controlled so as to obtain a predetermined brightness (see “Three-color LED lighting device 2”).

  As a method for obtaining the total LED lighting level, the LED lighting device 100 varies the brightness of red (R), green (G), and blue (B) LEDs according to the number of times the power is turned on and off to obtain a predetermined brightness. (Refer to "Three-color LED lighting device 3").

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 LED lighting device, 101 LED lighting fixture, 102 Commercial power supply, 103 Power switch, 104 Microcomputer power supply, 105 LED, 111 Rectifier circuit, 112 DC power supply circuit, 113 Power supply synchronization circuit, 114 Microcomputer, 115 Non-volatile memory, 121 White LED lighting circuit, 122 red LED lighting circuit, 123 green LED lighting circuit, 124 blue LED lighting circuit, 131 MOS-FET, 132 transistor, 141 LED current control circuit, 142 control circuit, 143 inverter circuit, 144 impedance element, 145 rectification Circuit, 146 blinking on / off period control circuit, 147 feedback circuit, 148 current detection circuit, 149 current transformer.

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  1. A first light source;
    A second light source having a color temperature different from that of the first light source;
    A switching detection unit for detecting a pause control that switches on within a predetermined time after the power switch switches from on to off;
    Dimming that turns on at least one of the first light source and the second light source with an illuminance different from the illuminance before turning off before the power switch is turned off when the switching detection unit detects pause control. A control unit ,
    The dimming control unit changes at least one of the illuminance of the first light source and the illuminance of the second light source from when the pause control is detected until the next pause control is detected A lighting device characterized by continuing to be used.
  2. The switching detection unit detects a normal switching control that switches on after a predetermined time has elapsed since the power switch switches from on to off,
    The dimming control unit performs relighting control for lighting the first light source and the second light source with the illuminance before turning off when the switching detection unit detects normal switching control. The lighting device according to claim 1.
  3.   A lighting fixture comprising the lighting device according to claim 1.
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