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JP6279333B2
JP6279333B2 JP2014009905A JP2014009905A JP6279333B2 JP 6279333 B2 JP6279333 B2 JP 6279333B2 JP 2014009905 A JP2014009905 A JP 2014009905A JP 2014009905 A JP2014009905 A JP 2014009905A JP 6279333 B2 JP6279333 B2 JP 6279333B2
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本発明は、建物(天井や壁)に取り付けられたダクトに、両端に被支持部を有する直管状の照明体を装着するための照明用ユニットに関する。   The present invention relates to an illumination unit for mounting a straight tubular illuminating body having supported parts at both ends to a duct attached to a building (ceiling or wall).
近年、省エネ及びエコ対策が推進されることから、光源としての発光ダイオード(LED素子)が透過性筒体で包囲されるとともに、両端に被支持部を有する直管状の照明体が取り付けられた照明装置が提供されている。この照明装置は、従来の白熱電球や蛍光灯に比べて発光効率が高くて、消費電力も小さく、CO2の排出量削減にも大きく寄与できる。また、前記光源は、従来の蛍光灯に比して、寿命が長く、交換回数も少ない。   In recent years, since energy saving and ecological measures have been promoted, a light emitting diode (LED element) as a light source is surrounded by a transparent cylindrical body, and a straight tubular illuminating body having supported parts at both ends is attached. A device is provided. This lighting device has higher luminous efficiency than conventional incandescent bulbs and fluorescent lamps, consumes less power, and can greatly contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions. In addition, the light source has a longer life and less replacements than conventional fluorescent lamps.
この種の照明装置としては、例えば、図12に示す如く、建物(天井や壁)に取り付けられるダクト100と、ダクト100に取り付けられる一対のソケット101,101とを備えている(特許文献1参照)。   As this type of lighting device, for example, as shown in FIG. 12, a duct 100 attached to a building (ceiling or wall) and a pair of sockets 101, 101 attached to the duct 100 are provided (see Patent Document 1). ).
ダクト100は、長尺状に形成され、長手方向に延びる帯状の開口100aを有する。より具体的には、ダクト100は、一対の側壁100b,100bを有し、一対の側壁100b,100bは、溝を画定している。一対の側壁100b,100bには、接点用の溝102が形成され、この溝102には、接点102aが配設されている。また、ダクト100には、後述するソケット101の係止片1013,1013が係止する一対の突片103,103が内向きに突出して形成されている。   The duct 100 is formed in a long shape and has a strip-shaped opening 100a extending in the longitudinal direction. More specifically, the duct 100 has a pair of side walls 100b and 100b, and the pair of side walls 100b and 100b defines a groove. A contact groove 102 is formed in the pair of side walls 100b and 100b, and the contact 102a is disposed in the groove 102. Further, the duct 100 is formed with a pair of protruding pieces 103 and 103 that are locked by locking pieces 1013 and 1013 of a socket 101, which will be described later.
ソケット101は、支持部1010と、接続部1011とを備える。支持部1010は、照明体を支持可能に構成されている。接続部1011は、ダクト100の接点102aに接続されて照明体の端子に給電可能に構成される。具体的には、接続部1011は、ダクト100の溝に挿入される軸1012と、軸1012に連設された一対の係止片1013,1013であって、ダクト100の突片103,103に係止される一対の係止片1013,1013と、一方の係止片1013に対して平行するように延出して形成される導通部1015とを備えている。   The socket 101 includes a support part 1010 and a connection part 1011. The support portion 1010 is configured to be able to support the illumination body. The connection unit 1011 is configured to be connected to the contact 102a of the duct 100 so that power can be supplied to the terminal of the illuminating body. Specifically, the connecting portion 1011 includes a shaft 1012 inserted into the groove of the duct 100 and a pair of locking pieces 1013 and 1013 connected to the shaft 1012, and is connected to the protruding pieces 103 and 103 of the duct 100. A pair of locking pieces 1013 and 1013 to be locked and a conduction portion 1015 formed to extend parallel to the one locking piece 1013 are provided.
かかる構成の照明装置によれば、ソケット101の軸1012をダクト100の溝に挿入して、軸1012を中心にして、ソケット101を回転させ、ダクト100の一対の突片103,103に、ソケット101の係止片1013,1013を係止させて取り付けている。これと同時に、ソケット101の導通部1015が、ダクト100の接点102aに接触する。そうすることで、照明体の光源に対して給電可能になる。   According to the lighting device having such a configuration, the shaft 1012 of the socket 101 is inserted into the groove of the duct 100, the socket 101 is rotated about the shaft 1012, and the pair of projecting pieces 103 and 103 of the duct 100 are connected to the socket 101. 101 locking pieces 1013 and 1013 are locked and attached. At the same time, the conducting portion 1015 of the socket 101 contacts the contact 102 a of the duct 100. By doing so, it becomes possible to supply power to the light source of the illuminating body.
実用新案登録第3157497号公報Utility Model Registration No. 3157497
ところで、上記構成の照明装置の場合、ソケット101の軸1012をダクト100の開口100aに挿入して、ソケット101の一対の係止片1013,1013をダクト100の一対の突片103,103に係止させているので、ソケット101が存在する領域以外のダクト100の開口100aは開口状態であり、前記領域以外の開口100aから工具や人の指などが挿入できる状態になっている。したがって、前記領域以外の開口100aからダクト100内部の給電部に接触して感電する可能性がある。   By the way, in the case of the lighting device having the above configuration, the shaft 1012 of the socket 101 is inserted into the opening 100a of the duct 100, and the pair of locking pieces 1013 and 1013 of the socket 101 are engaged with the pair of protrusions 103 and 103 of the duct 100. Since it is stopped, the opening 100a of the duct 100 other than the region where the socket 101 exists is in an open state, and a tool, a human finger, or the like can be inserted from the opening 100a other than the region. Therefore, there is a possibility that an electric shock may occur due to contact with the power supply portion inside the duct 100 from the opening 100a other than the region.
そこで、本発明は、斯かる実情に鑑み、ソケットが存在する領域以外のダクトの開口からダクト内部の給電部に接触して感電することを防止できる照明用ユニットを提供することを課題とする。   Then, this invention makes it a subject to provide the unit for illumination which can prevent making an electric shock by contacting the electric power feeding part inside a duct from opening of a duct other than the area | region where a socket exists in view of such a situation.
本発明に係る照明用ユニットは、建物に取り付けられて長手方向に延びて、該長手方向に延びる開口を有し且つ内部に一対の接点を有するダクトに係止可能に構成されるカバーと、両端に被支持部を有する直管状の照明体を支持する一対のソケットとを備え、前記一対のソケットのそれぞれは、前記照明体の被支持部を支持する支持部と、前記カバーに接続される接続部とを備え、前記カバーは、前記一対のソケットが存在する領域以外の前記ダクトの開口を閉じ、前記一対のソケットのうちの少なくともいずれか一方は、前記接続部に連設された導通部であって、前記ダクトの前記接点に接続される導通部を有し、前記ダクトの前記接点からの電力が前記導通部を介して前記支持部に給電可能に構成されることを特徴とする。
A lighting unit according to the present invention includes a cover that is attached to a building and extends in the longitudinal direction, has an opening extending in the longitudinal direction, and is configured to be engageable with a duct having a pair of contacts inside. connecting a pair of socket supporting the illumination of the straight tube having a supported portion, each of said pair of sockets, and a support portion for supporting the supported portion of the illuminating body, which is connected to the cover and a section, wherein the cover closes the opening of the duct other than the region where the pair of sockets are present, at least one of the pair of sockets is a conductive portion provided continuously to said connecting portion there are, have a conductive portion that will be connected to the contacts of the duct, power from the contact of said duct, characterized in that it is powered configured to be capable of the support portion through the conductive portion.
かかる構成によれば、ソケットが存在する領域以外のダクトの開口がカバーによって閉じられるので、ソケットが存在する領域以外の開口からダクト内部の給電部(接点または電気回路)に接触することがなく、感電を防止することができる。また、一対のソケットのうちの少なくともいずれか一方と、ダクト内部の接点とが導通部を介して確実に電気的に接続することができる。   According to such a configuration, since the opening of the duct other than the area where the socket exists is closed by the cover, it does not come into contact with the power supply unit (contact or electric circuit) inside the duct from the opening other than the area where the socket exists. Electric shock can be prevented. Moreover, at least any one of a pair of sockets and the contact in a duct can be reliably electrically connected via a conduction | electrical_connection part.
前記構成の照明用ユニットでは、前記接続部は、前記カバーの裏側に配置された第一接続部材と、前記カバーの表側に配置された第二接続部材とを備え、前記第一接続部材及び前記第二接続部材は、前記カバーを挟んで連結され、前記導通部は、前記第一接続部材及び第二接続部材の連結により前記カバーに取り付けられ、前記ソケットは、前記照明体を前記ダクトに対し長手方向に沿って取り付けられるよう前記第二接続部材に着脱可能に取り付けられる構成を採用することができる。 The lighting unit of the construction, the connecting portion includes a first connection member disposed on the back side of the cover, and a second connection member disposed on the front side of the cover, the first connecting member and the The second connecting member is connected with the cover interposed therebetween, the conductive portion is attached to the cover by connecting the first connecting member and the second connecting member, and the socket connects the illuminating body to the duct. The structure which can be attached to said 2nd connection member so that attachment is possible so that it may attach along a longitudinal direction is employable .
かかる構成によれば、地震があっても一対のソケットの間隔が変化することがなく、照明体がソケットから外れて落下することがない。   According to such a configuration, even if there is an earthquake, the distance between the pair of sockets does not change, and the illuminator does not fall off the socket and fall.
本発明によれば、ソケットが存在する領域以外のダクトの開口からダクト内部の給電部に接触することによる感電を防止することができるという優れた効果を奏し得る。   Advantageous Effects of Invention According to the present invention, it is possible to achieve an excellent effect that it is possible to prevent an electric shock due to contact with a power feeding part inside a duct from an opening of the duct other than a region where the socket exists.
本発明の一実施形態に係る照明用ユニットを示す側面図。The side view which shows the unit for illumination which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの破断した要部の斜視図。The perspective view of the fracture | ruptured principal part of the unit for illumination which concerns on the embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの破断した要部の正面図。The front view of the fracture | ruptured principal part of the unit for illumination which concerns on the same embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットを下から見た図。The figure which looked at the unit for illumination which concerns on the same embodiment from the bottom. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットのダクトを示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the duct of the unit for illumination which concerns on the same embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの一対の接点支持部材を示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows a pair of contact support member of the unit for illumination which concerns on the embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットのカバーを示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the cover of the unit for illumination which concerns on the same embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットのソケットを示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the socket of the unit for illumination which concerns on the same embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの第一接続部材及び導通部を示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the 1st connection member and conduction | electrical_connection part of the unit for illumination which concerns on the embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの第二接続部材を示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the 2nd connection member of the unit for illumination which concerns on the embodiment. 同実施形態に係る照明用ユニットの接続部の取付板を示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the attachment plate of the connection part of the unit for illumination which concerns on the embodiment. 従来の照明装置の要部を示す図。The figure which shows the principal part of the conventional illuminating device.
以下、本発明の一実施形態に係る照明用ユニットについて、図1〜図11を参照しつつ説明する。   Hereinafter, an illumination unit according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
本実施形態に係る照明用ユニット1は、図1〜図4に示す如く、カバー3と、一対のソケット4,4とを備える。カバー3は、建物に取り付けられて長手方向に延びて、該長手方向に延びる開口2cを有するダクト2に対して係止可能に構成される。一対のソケット4,4は、両端に被支持部L1,L1を有する直管状の照明体Lを支持する。   The illumination unit 1 according to the present embodiment includes a cover 3 and a pair of sockets 4 and 4 as shown in FIGS. The cover 3 is attached to a building and extends in the longitudinal direction, and is configured to be lockable with respect to the duct 2 having the opening 2c extending in the longitudinal direction. The pair of sockets 4 and 4 support a straight tubular illuminating body L having supported portions L1 and L1 at both ends.
照明体Lは、光源としての複数の発光ダイオードと、光源を包囲する透過性筒体L2と、両端に連結される被支持部L1,L1であって、一対のソケット4,4によって支持される被支持部L1,L1とを有する。一方の被支持部L1には、直列接続された発光ダイオードの電気回路の端子が設けられている(図示せず)。また、他方の被支持部L1には、前記電気回路の端子ではなく、被支持部L1を支持するための端子が設けられている。   The illuminating body L includes a plurality of light emitting diodes as a light source, a transmissive cylindrical body L2 surrounding the light source, and supported portions L1 and L1 connected to both ends, and is supported by a pair of sockets 4 and 4. It has supported parts L1, L1. One supported portion L1 is provided with a terminal of an electric circuit of light emitting diodes connected in series (not shown). The other supported portion L1 is provided with a terminal for supporting the supported portion L1 instead of the terminal of the electric circuit.
ダクト2は、図5に示す如く、長手方向に延びて長尺状に形成され、長手方向に延びる帯状の開口2cを有する。より具体的には、ダクト2は、一対の側壁2a,2aと、該一対の側壁2a,2aを連結する連結壁2bとを有し、一対の側壁2a,2aは溝を画定している。   As shown in FIG. 5, the duct 2 is formed in an elongated shape extending in the longitudinal direction, and has a strip-shaped opening 2 c extending in the longitudinal direction. More specifically, the duct 2 has a pair of side walls 2a, 2a and a connecting wall 2b that connects the pair of side walls 2a, 2a, and the pair of side walls 2a, 2a defines a groove.
側壁2a,2aは、接点取付部20と、カバー係止部23とを備える。   The side walls 2 a and 2 a include a contact attachment portion 20 and a cover locking portion 23.
接点取付部20は、側壁2bの上部及び下部に長手方向に沿って形成された一対の挿入溝200,200を有する。この一対の挿入溝200,200には、後述する接点支持部材22の突片223,223が挿入される。   The contact mounting portion 20 has a pair of insertion grooves 200 and 200 formed along the longitudinal direction at the upper and lower portions of the side wall 2b. Projected pieces 223 and 223 of a contact support member 22 to be described later are inserted into the pair of insertion grooves 200 and 200.
接点支持部材22は、図6に示す如く、支持部220と、一対の突片223,223とを有する。   As shown in FIG. 6, the contact support member 22 includes a support portion 220 and a pair of projecting pieces 223 and 223.
支持部220は、長手方向に溝221が形成されている。該溝221には、ソケット4の支持部5に給電するための接点222が挿通支持される(図4参照)。   The support part 220 has a groove 221 formed in the longitudinal direction. A contact 222 for supplying power to the support portion 5 of the socket 4 is inserted and supported in the groove 221 (see FIG. 4).
一対の突片223,223は、支持部220の両端部から互いが離間する方向に延出して形成されている。そして、接点支持部材22の一対の突片223,223は、接点取付部20の挿入溝200,200に挿入されて、接点取付部20に接点支持部材22が取り付けられる。   The pair of projecting pieces 223 and 223 are formed to extend from both end portions of the support portion 220 in a direction away from each other. Then, the pair of protrusions 223 and 223 of the contact support member 22 are inserted into the insertion grooves 200 and 200 of the contact attachment portion 20, and the contact support member 22 is attached to the contact attachment portion 20.
カバー係止部23は、一対の側壁2a,2aの端部から互いが内向きに延出して形成される一対の被係止片230,230を有する。   The cover locking portion 23 has a pair of locked pieces 230 and 230 formed to extend inward from the end portions of the pair of side walls 2a and 2a.
連結壁2bは、内面にアース線支持部24を備える。アース線支持部24は、連結壁2bの幅方向中央に長手方向に沿って形成される。また、アース線支持部24は、アース線25が挿通される溝26が形成され、この溝26にアース線25が挿通支持される。アース線25は、建物(例えば、天井や壁面)に照明用ユニット1を取り付ける際に、ボルトBのネジ部が貫通して大地に接地され、ダクト2の接地がとれるようになっている(図3参照)。   The connecting wall 2b includes a ground wire support 24 on the inner surface. The ground wire support portion 24 is formed along the longitudinal direction at the center in the width direction of the connecting wall 2b. The ground wire support portion 24 has a groove 26 through which the ground wire 25 is inserted, and the ground wire 25 is inserted into and supported by the groove 26. When the lighting unit 1 is attached to a building (for example, a ceiling or a wall surface), the ground wire 25 is grounded through the threaded portion of the bolt B so that the duct 2 can be grounded (see FIG. 3).
カバー3は、図7に示す如く、本体30と、一対の係止片31,31とを備える。   As shown in FIG. 7, the cover 3 includes a main body 30 and a pair of locking pieces 31 and 31.
本体30は、ボルトBの挿通孔32,32と、挿通孔32,32の間に形成された貫通孔33とを有する。   The main body 30 has insertion holes 32 and 32 for the bolt B and a through hole 33 formed between the insertion holes 32 and 32.
ボルトBの挿通孔32,32は、1つのソケット4に対して2つ形成されている。また、一対の挿通孔32,32は、後述する第二接続部材90の第一接続片94、及び第二接続片95のボルトBの挿通孔940に連通する。   Two insertion holes 32, 32 of the bolt B are formed for one socket 4. The pair of insertion holes 32, 32 communicate with a first connection piece 94 of the second connection member 90 described later and an insertion hole 940 of the bolt B of the second connection piece 95.
カバー3の貫通孔33は、後述するボルトBの挿通孔32,32間に形成されており、後述するソケット4の支持部5と導通部80とを電気的に接続するリード線(図示せず)を挿通するための孔である。   The through hole 33 of the cover 3 is formed between insertion holes 32 and 32 of a bolt B described later, and is a lead wire (not shown) that electrically connects a support portion 5 and a conduction portion 80 of a socket 4 described later. ).
一対の係止片31,31は、本体30の裏面の両側に所定の間隔をおいて突設され、互いに離間する方向に延出して形成される。そして、ダクト2の一対の被係止片230,230に、カバー3の係止片31,31が係止し、ダクト2にカバー3が取り付けられる。   The pair of locking pieces 31, 31 are formed so as to protrude from both sides of the back surface of the main body 30 at a predetermined interval and extend in directions away from each other. Then, the locking pieces 31, 31 of the cover 3 are locked to the pair of locked pieces 230, 230 of the duct 2, and the cover 3 is attached to the duct 2.
一対のソケット4,4のそれぞれは、図8〜図10に示す如く、照明体Lの被支持部L1,L1を支持する支持部5と、カバー3に接続される接続部6とを備えている。また、一対のソケット4,4のうちの少なくともいずれか一方は、接続部6に連設された導通部80を備える。   As shown in FIGS. 8 to 10, each of the pair of sockets 4, 4 includes a support portion 5 that supports the supported portions L <b> 1, L <b> 1 of the illuminating body L, and a connection portion 6 that is connected to the cover 3. Yes. In addition, at least one of the pair of sockets 4 and 4 includes a conduction portion 80 that is connected to the connection portion 6.
支持部5は、上部の両側に外向きに延出された一対の被支持片50,50が形成される。また、支持部5は、照明体Lの両端の被支持部L1,L1を支持する(図1参照)。また、支持部5は、後述する接続部6の第二接続部材90によってカバー3の表面に着脱可能に取り付けられる。   The support part 5 is formed with a pair of supported pieces 50 and 50 extending outward on both sides of the upper part. Moreover, the support part 5 supports the to-be-supported parts L1 and L1 of the both ends of the illuminating body L (refer FIG. 1). Moreover, the support part 5 is attached to the surface of the cover 3 so that attachment or detachment is possible by the 2nd connection member 90 of the connection part 6 mentioned later.
接続部6は、図9(a),(b)及び図10に示す如く、第一接続部材70と、第二接続部材90とを備える。   The connecting portion 6 includes a first connecting member 70 and a second connecting member 90 as shown in FIGS.
第一接続部材70は、図9(a),(b)に示す如く、本体部71と、導通部80とを有する。   As shown in FIGS. 9A and 9B, the first connection member 70 includes a main body portion 71 and a conduction portion 80.
本体部71は、基板710と、仕切り壁711と、蓋板712とを有する。   The main body 71 includes a substrate 710, a partition wall 711, and a lid plate 712.
基板710は、矩形状を呈している。そして、基板710の一面には、一対の雌ねじ部713,713が所定の間隔をおいて配置され、基板710の他面には、後述する導通部80の一対の板バネ81,81を挿入するためのスペースが仕切り壁711によって形成される。   The substrate 710 has a rectangular shape. A pair of female screw portions 713 and 713 are arranged at a predetermined interval on one surface of the substrate 710, and a pair of leaf springs 81 and 81 of a conduction portion 80 described later are inserted on the other surface of the substrate 710. A space for this is formed by the partition wall 711.
一対の雌ねじ部713,713は、所定の間隔をおいて配置される一対の円筒体7130,7130に、ボルトBが螺合する金属製の雌ねじ714,714が埋設される。   In the pair of female screw portions 713 and 713, metal female screws 714 and 714 to which the bolt B is screwed are embedded in a pair of cylindrical bodies 7130 and 7130 arranged at a predetermined interval.
蓋板712は、基板710と同一形状で、仕切り壁702によって形成されるスペースの開口を閉塞するように取り付けられる。また、蓋板712には、後述する一対の板バネ81,81の位置を固定するピンP,Pを押圧するための凸部7120,7120が形成される。   The cover plate 712 has the same shape as the substrate 710 and is attached so as to close the opening of the space formed by the partition wall 702. The lid plate 712 is formed with convex portions 7120 and 7120 for pressing pins P and P for fixing the positions of a pair of leaf springs 81 and 81, which will be described later.
導通部80は、一対の板バネ81,81と、該一対の板バネ81,81の先端部に形成された接触片82,82とを有する。一対の板バネ81,81は、互いの基端部81a,81aが対向する位置に配置され、それぞれの基端部81a,81aを起点にしてU字状に折り曲げられて、一方の基端部81aの側方に他方の接触片82が配置され、他方の基端部81aの側方に一方の接触片82が配置される。そして、互いの接触片82,82は、板バネ81,81によって外方に向かって常時付勢するように構成され、ダクト2の長手方向に位置ずれした状態で一対の接点支持部材22,22の接点222,222に圧接する(図3参照)。そうすることで、一対の接触片82,82が同一直線上で接点222,222に圧接することがなく、片方ずつ容易に圧接することができる。   The conduction portion 80 includes a pair of leaf springs 81, 81 and contact pieces 82, 82 formed at the distal ends of the pair of leaf springs 81, 81. The pair of leaf springs 81 and 81 are arranged at positions where the base end portions 81a and 81a face each other, and are bent into a U shape starting from the base end portions 81a and 81a. The other contact piece 82 is disposed on the side of 81a, and the one contact piece 82 is disposed on the side of the other base end portion 81a. The contact pieces 82, 82 are configured to be constantly urged outward by the leaf springs 81, 81, and the pair of contact support members 22, 22 are displaced in the longitudinal direction of the duct 2. Are contacted to the contact points 222, 222 (see FIG. 3). By doing so, the pair of contact pieces 82 and 82 do not come into pressure contact with the contact points 222 and 222 on the same straight line, and can be easily pressed together one by one.
一対の板バネ81,81の基端部81a,81aにリード線(図示せず)が接続されることで、支持部5に対して給電されるが、このリード線も導通部80に含まれることとする。   A lead wire (not shown) is connected to the base end portions 81 a and 81 a of the pair of leaf springs 81 and 81 so that power is supplied to the support portion 5. The lead wire is also included in the conduction portion 80. I will do it.
第二接続部材90は、図10に示す如く、本体91と、一対の支持片92,92と、位置決め体93と、第一接続片94と、第二接続片95とを備える。   As shown in FIG. 10, the second connection member 90 includes a main body 91, a pair of support pieces 92, 92, a positioning body 93, a first connection piece 94, and a second connection piece 95.
本体91は、略中央部(一対の支持片92,92の間)に開口96が形成されている。   The main body 91 has an opening 96 formed in a substantially central portion (between the pair of support pieces 92, 92).
一対の支持片92,92は、開口96の周縁部の両側から突設された後、互いに内向きに延出して形成される。そして、一対の支持片92,92は、支持部5の一対の被支持片に係止して、支持部5を支持する。   The pair of support pieces 92 and 92 are formed so as to protrude from both sides of the peripheral edge of the opening 96 and then extend inward from each other. Then, the pair of support pieces 92 and 92 are engaged with the pair of supported pieces of the support portion 5 to support the support portion 5.
位置決め体93は、一対の支持片92,92を結ぶ直線に対して直交する方向に位置する開口96の周縁部から突設される。   The positioning body 93 protrudes from the peripheral edge portion of the opening 96 positioned in a direction orthogonal to the straight line connecting the pair of support pieces 92, 92.
第一接続片94は、ダクト2の長手方向、すなわち、一対の支持片92,92を結ぶ直線に対して直交する方向の直線に沿って外側に向かって延出される。また、第一接続片94は、支持部5を固定するためのボルトBが挿通される挿通孔940が形成されている。   The first connection piece 94 extends outward along a longitudinal direction of the duct 2, that is, along a straight line in a direction orthogonal to a straight line connecting the pair of support pieces 92 and 92. Further, the first connection piece 94 is formed with an insertion hole 940 through which a bolt B for fixing the support portion 5 is inserted.
第二接続片95は、一対の支持片92,92を結ぶ直線に対して直交する方向の直線に沿って内側に向かって延出される。また、第二接続片95は、支持部5を固定するためのボルトBが挿通される挿通孔が形成される(図示せず)。   The second connection piece 95 extends inward along a straight line in a direction orthogonal to a straight line connecting the pair of support pieces 92, 92. Further, the second connection piece 95 is formed with an insertion hole (not shown) through which the bolt B for fixing the support portion 5 is inserted.
取付板97は、図11に示す如く、第二接続部材90の第一接続片94と同じ形状で、第一接続片94にあてがわれる。中央部に形成されたボルトBの挿通孔970を有する。   As shown in FIG. 11, the mounting plate 97 has the same shape as the first connection piece 94 of the second connection member 90 and is applied to the first connection piece 94. It has an insertion hole 970 for a bolt B formed at the center.
つぎに本実施形態に係る照明用ユニット1の使用態様について説明する。まず、カバー3に一対のソケット4,4を取り付ける。具体的には、カバー3の貫通孔33と、第二接続部材90の開口96とを位置合わせして、第二接続部材90の第一接続片94の挿通孔940及び第二接続片95に、ボルトBを挿通して仮止めの状態にする。そして、一方のソケット4において、第一接続部材70の一対の雌ねじ部713,713に仮止め状態のボルトBを螺合させる。すなわち、カバー3の表面に、一方のソケット4の支持部5が配置され、カバー3の裏面(ダクト2内部)に、一方のソケット4の第一接続部材70が配置される。   Next, a usage mode of the lighting unit 1 according to the present embodiment will be described. First, a pair of sockets 4 and 4 are attached to the cover 3. Specifically, the through hole 33 of the cover 3 and the opening 96 of the second connection member 90 are aligned, and the insertion hole 940 and the second connection piece 95 of the first connection piece 94 of the second connection member 90 are aligned. Then, the bolt B is inserted into a temporarily fixed state. Then, in one socket 4, the temporarily fixed bolt B is screwed into the pair of female screw portions 713 and 713 of the first connection member 70. That is, the support portion 5 of one socket 4 is disposed on the surface of the cover 3, and the first connection member 70 of the one socket 4 is disposed on the back surface of the cover 3 (inside the duct 2).
他方のソケット4は、第二接続部材90のみで、カバー3に取り付けられる。具体的には、カバー3の貫通孔33と、第二接続部材90の開口96とを位置合わせして、第二接続部材90の第一接続片94の挿通孔940及び第二接続片95に、ボルトBを挿通して仮止めの状態にする。   The other socket 4 is attached to the cover 3 only by the second connection member 90. Specifically, the through hole 33 of the cover 3 and the opening 96 of the second connection member 90 are aligned, and the insertion hole 940 and the second connection piece 95 of the first connection piece 94 of the second connection member 90 are aligned. Then, the bolt B is inserted into a temporarily fixed state.
そして、第二接続部材90の一対の支持片92,92を、ソケット4の支持部5の一対の被支持片50,50に係止して、支持部5を支持する。この際、第二接続部材90の位置決め体93にソケット4の支持部5を当接させた状態にする。この状態で、第二接続部材90の第一接続片94に取付板97をあてがう。そして、ボルトBを締め付けて、取付板97、第二接続部材90の第一接続片94及び第二接続片95、第一接続部材70を固定する。   Then, the pair of support pieces 92, 92 of the second connection member 90 are engaged with the pair of supported pieces 50, 50 of the support portion 5 of the socket 4 to support the support portion 5. At this time, the support portion 5 of the socket 4 is brought into contact with the positioning body 93 of the second connection member 90. In this state, the mounting plate 97 is applied to the first connection piece 94 of the second connection member 90. Then, the bolt B is tightened to fix the mounting plate 97, the first connection piece 94, the second connection piece 95, and the first connection member 70 of the second connection member 90.
つぎに、図示しないリード線をカバー3の貫通孔33に挿通して、一方のソケット4の支持部5と、一方のソケット4の導通部80を電気的に接続する。これによって、照明体Lに給電できる状態が確保される。   Next, a lead wire (not shown) is inserted into the through hole 33 of the cover 3 to electrically connect the support portion 5 of one socket 4 and the conduction portion 80 of one socket 4. Thereby, the state which can supply electric power to the illumination body L is ensured.
つぎに、例えば、天井の梁材に取り付けられたダクト2の一対の被係止片230,230にカバー3の一対の係止片31,31を水平方向に差し込んで係止させ、ダクト2の開口2cをカバー3によって閉じる。この際、一方のソケット4の導通部80の一対の接触片82,82がダクト2内部の接点222,222に接触する。これによって、ダクト2の接点222,222と一方のソケット4が電気的に接続された状態になる。最後に、一対のソケット4,4に照明体Lを取り付ける。   Next, for example, the pair of locking pieces 31, 31 of the cover 3 are inserted and locked in the horizontal direction on the pair of locked pieces 230, 230 of the duct 2 attached to the beam of the ceiling. The opening 2 c is closed by the cover 3. At this time, the pair of contact pieces 82, 82 of the conducting portion 80 of one socket 4 contacts the contacts 222, 222 inside the duct 2. As a result, the contacts 222, 222 of the duct 2 and the one socket 4 are electrically connected. Finally, the lighting body L is attached to the pair of sockets 4 and 4.
以上のように、本実施形態に係る照明用ユニット1は、一対のソケット4,4が存在する領域以外のダクト2の開口2cをカバー3で覆うことで、一対のソケット4,4が存在する領域以外のダクト2の開口2cからダクト2内部の給電部に接触することによる感電を防止することができる。   As described above, the illumination unit 1 according to the present embodiment has the pair of sockets 4, 4 by covering the opening 2 c of the duct 2 other than the region where the pair of sockets 4, 4 is present with the cover 3. It is possible to prevent an electric shock due to contact with the power feeding portion inside the duct 2 from the opening 2c of the duct 2 other than the region.
なお、本発明は、上記実施形態に限定されるものではなく、本発明の要旨を逸脱しない範囲で適宜変更を加え得ることは勿論のことである。   In addition, this invention is not limited to the said embodiment, Of course, it can add suitably in the range which does not deviate from the summary of this invention.
例えば、上記実施形態において、一方のソケット4に導通部80を設けるようにしたが、両方のソケット4,4に設けるようにしてもよい。   For example, in the above embodiment, the conduction part 80 is provided in one socket 4, but it may be provided in both sockets 4, 4.
1…照明用ユニット、2…ダクト、2c…開口、222…接点、3…カバー、33…貫通孔、4…ソケット、5…支持部、6…接続部、70…第一接続部材、80…導通部、90…第二接続部材、L…照明体、L1…被支持部   DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Unit for illumination, 2 ... Duct, 2c ... Opening, 222 ... Contact, 3 ... Cover, 33 ... Through-hole, 4 ... Socket, 5 ... Support part, 6 ... Connection part, 70 ... First connection member, 80 ... Conducting part, 90 ... second connecting member, L ... illuminating body, L1 ... supported part

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  1. 建物に取り付けられて長手方向に延びて、該長手方向に延びる開口を有し且つ内部に一対の接点を有するダクトに係止可能に構成されるカバーと、
    両端に被支持部を有する直管状の照明体を支持する一対のソケットとを備え、
    前記一対のソケットのそれぞれは、前記照明体の被支持部を支持する支持部と、前記カバーに接続される接続部とを備え、
    前記カバーは、前記一対のソケットが存在する領域以外の前記ダクトの開口を閉じ、
    前記一対のソケットのうちの少なくともいずれか一方は、前記接続部に連設された導通部であって、前記ダクトの前記接点に接続される導通部を有し、前記ダクトの前記接点からの電力が前記導通部を介して前記支持部に給電可能に構成されることを特徴とする照明用ユニット。
    Extend the building installation in the longitudinal direction and lockably configured cover the duct having a pair of contacts and the interior has an opening extending in the longitudinal direction,
    A pair of sockets for supporting a straight tubular illuminating body having supported parts at both ends,
    Each of the pair of sockets, comprising a support for supporting a supported portion of the illuminating body, and a connecting portion connected to said cover,
    The cover closes an opening of the duct other than an area where the pair of sockets exist,
    At least one of the pair of sockets is a conductive portion to which the provided continuously to the connecting portion has a conducting portion to which the Ru is connected to the contacts of the duct, power from the contact of the duct lighting unit but that and the power is supplied configured to be capable of the support portion through the conductive portion.
  2. 前記接続部は、前記カバーの裏側に配置された第一接続部材と、前記カバーの表側に配置された第二接続部材とを備え、前記第一接続部材及び前記第二接続部材は、前記カバーを挟んで連結され、前記導通部は、前記第一接続部材及び前記第二接続部材の連結により前記カバーに取り付けられ、前記ソケットは、前記照明体を前記ダクトに対し長手方向に沿って取り付けられるよう前記第二接続部材に着脱可能に取り付けられることを特徴とする請求項1に記載の照明用ユニット。
    The connecting portion includes a first connection member disposed on the back side of the cover, and a second connection member disposed on the front side of the cover, the first connecting member and the second connecting member, said cover The conductive portion is attached to the cover by connecting the first connection member and the second connection member, and the socket is attached to the duct along the longitudinal direction with respect to the duct. lighting unit according to claim 1, characterized in that mounted so detachably on the second connecting member.
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