JPWO2010119580A1 - Light source module - Google Patents

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JPWO2010119580A1
JPWO2010119580A1 JP2011509171A JP2011509171A JPWO2010119580A1 JP WO2010119580 A1 JPWO2010119580 A1 JP WO2010119580A1 JP 2011509171 A JP2011509171 A JP 2011509171A JP 2011509171 A JP2011509171 A JP 2011509171A JP WO2010119580 A1 JPWO2010119580 A1 JP WO2010119580A1
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安藤 章
章 安藤
健太郎 利根
健太郎 利根
加藤 謙治
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Abstract

Provided is a light source module capable of increasing the utilization efficiency of a light beam from an LED light source without being influenced by the distance from the LED light source to an illumination object. A light source module (1) includes a light redirecting member (10) having a regular hexagonal shape. An LED light source (60) and a plurality of light direction changing portions (20) facing the LED light source (60) are provided at a portion corresponding to the regular hexagonal apex of the light direction changing member (10). Each of the light direction changing sections (20) includes a first light emitting section (21) that emits a light beam emitted from the LED light source (60) as first parallel light, and a light beam emitted from the LED light source (60). And a second emission part (22) that emits the luminous flux in the peripheral part as second parallel light. [Selection] Figure 4

Description

  The present invention relates to a light source module used for a light source of an illumination device such as a street light or a spotlight, and more particularly to a light source module that can increase the use efficiency of a light beam.

  Conventionally, lighting devices such as street lamps and spotlights can increase the output of a light emitting diode light source (hereinafter referred to as “LED light source”) as a point light source, and obtain a desired illuminance usable for illumination. Therefore, LED light sources have been widely used as light sources to replace incandescent bulbs and fluorescent lamps.

  As an example of using this type of LED light source for illumination, for example, there is an illuminating device including a reflector member that substantially parallelizes an illumination light beam from the LED light source (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

JP 2008-310984 A

  However, in the conventional illuminating device described in Patent Document 1, the light beam irradiated from the LED light source to the object to be illuminated is reflected by the reflecting mirror member and emitted as substantially parallel light, and is not reflected by the reflecting mirror member. Thus, the light is emitted as direct light from the LED light source. Therefore, the luminous flux emitted from the LED light source is dispersed in the optical path from the LED light source to the illumination target, and there is a problem that the light utilization efficiency of the irradiation luminous flux decreases. Since the degree of dispersion changes depending on the distance from the LED light source to the illumination object, it is difficult to irradiate the illumination object with all the light beams emitted from the LED light source with the same optical power. There was a problem that.

  Therefore, the present invention has been made to solve the above-described conventional problems, and its specific purpose is not affected by the distance from the LED light source to the object to be illuminated, but the efficiency of using the light flux from the LED light source. It is an object of the present invention to provide a light source module that can enhance the brightness.

[1] In order to achieve the above object, the present invention includes an LED light source and a light direction conversion member that converts a light beam emitted from the LED light source into a direction substantially parallel to the optical axis direction. A light direction conversion unit facing the LED light source, wherein the light direction conversion unit emits a light beam emitted from the LED light source as first parallel light; and the LED A light source module comprising: a second light emitting portion that emits a light beam in a peripheral portion of the light beam emitted from a light source as second parallel light.
[2] In the invention described in [1] above, the light direction changing member has a regular hexagon, and the light direction changing portion has a portion corresponding to a vertex of the regular hexagon of the light direction changing member. It is characterized by.
[3] In the invention described in [2] above, the light direction conversion section is arranged on the same circumference around the regular hexagon.
[4] In the invention according to any one of [1] to [3], the first emitting unit includes a first incident surface on which a light beam emitted from the LED light source is refracted and incident. And a first exit surface that refracts and emits the light beam incident on the first entrance surface substantially parallel to the optical axis direction, and the second exit portion is around the first entrance surface. Formed on the periphery of the first emission surface, the reflection surface that totally reflects the light beam incident from the second incidence surface substantially parallel to the optical axis direction, and the reflection surface And a second emission surface that transmits the light beam totally reflected on the surface and emits the light beam substantially parallel to the optical axis direction.
[5] In the invention described in [4], the reflection surface has a parabolic shape, and the second emission surface is an annular flat surface formed in a direction orthogonal to the optical axis direction. It has a staircase shape comprising an annular wall surface portion orthogonal to the portion and the plane portion.
[6] In the invention according to any one of [1] to [5], the light direction changing member is characterized in that a reflective film is applied to a surface other than the light direction changing portion.
[7] In the invention according to any one of [1] to [5], the light direction conversion member includes a flat plate portion and side wall portions facing each other along a peripheral direction of the flat plate portion. It is constituted by a case part, and a reflection film is applied to a surface other than the light direction conversion part, and the reflection film is provided on the side wall part and a mounting surface of a substrate that is provided in the case part and mounts the LED light source. It is characterized by being applied.
[8] In the invention according to any one of [1] to [7], a substrate on which the LED light source is mounted, a heat dissipation sheet provided on a surface of the substrate opposite to the LED light source, A heat dissipation plate provided on the surface of the heat dissipation sheet opposite to the substrate, and is configured as a unit in which the substrate, the heat dissipation sheet, and the heat dissipation plate are fixed on the opposite side of the optical member from the emission side. It is characterized by becoming.
[9] The present invention further includes an LED light source and a light direction conversion member that converts a light beam emitted from the LED light source substantially parallel to the optical axis direction in order to achieve the above object, and the light direction conversion member Has a polygon, and has a light direction conversion unit facing the LED light source on the polygonal surface, and the light direction conversion unit converts the light emitted from the LED light source into a first parallel light beam. A first emission part that emits light as a light and a second emission part that emits a light beam around the light beam emitted from the LED light source as second parallel light Located in the light source module.

  The present invention can effectively emit all light beams from an LED light source to the illumination object with the same optical power without being affected by the distance from the LED light source to the illumination object.

It is a top view which shows typically the light source module which is suitable 1st Embodiment based on this invention. It is a disassembled perspective view of a light source module. It is a perspective view of one component of a light source module. FIG. 3 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken along line 3A-3A in FIG. 1. FIG. 3 is an enlarged cross-sectional view taken along line 3B-3B in FIG. 1. It is a figure for demonstrating the emitted light of the light source module shown in FIG. It is a figure which shows typically an example of the arrangement pattern of a light source module. It is a figure which shows typically another example of the arrangement pattern of a light source module. It is a figure which shows typically another example of the arrangement pattern of a light source module. It is sectional drawing for demonstrating the illuminating device which is 2nd Embodiment using the light source module shown in FIG.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Light source module 2,3,111 Screw 10 Light direction conversion member 11 Flat plate part 12 Side wall part 13 Case part 14 Mounting boss 14a Through hole 15 Support rib 16 Pin 17 Screw mounting boss 20 Light direction conversion part 21 1st light emission part 22 Second exit portion 23 Recess 24 First entrance surface 25 First exit surface 26 Second entrance surface 27 Reflective surface 28 Second exit surface 28a Plane portion 28b Wall surface portion 30 Circuit boards 31, 41, 51 Screw insertion Holes 32, 42, 52 Pin insertion holes 33, 43, 53 Lead wire insertion holes 34, 44 Mounting slit 40 Heat radiation sheet 50 Heat radiation plate 54 Mounting hole 60 LED light source 61 Lead wire 70 Planar light emitting device 100 Lighting device 101 Lamp body 102 Opening 103 Housing 104 Lamp lens 105 Lid 106 Power supply unit 107 Mounting unit 108 Mounting bracket 109 Mounting plate 110 Bracket DOO mounting boss L1 first parallel light L2 second parallel light

  Preferred embodiments of the present invention will be specifically described below with reference to the accompanying drawings.

[First Embodiment]
(Light source module)
1, 2 </ b> A, and 3 </ b> A, reference numeral 1 generally indicates a configuration example of a light source module. The basic configuration of the light source module 1 includes a light direction conversion member 10 that converts light substantially parallel to the optical axis direction, a circuit board 30 on which the LED light source 60 is mounted, a heat dissipation sheet 40 that is bonded to the circuit board 30, It is mainly configured by four constituent members including a heat radiating plate 50 joined to the heat radiating sheet 40. Each component of the light direction changing member 10, the circuit board 30, the heat radiating sheet 40, and the heat radiating plate 50 is unitized by being fastened and fixed by three screws 2,.

(Light direction changing member)
The light direction conversion member 10 of the light source module 1 includes a flat plate portion 11 having a regular hexagonal surface and side wall portions 12 facing each other along the peripheral direction of the flat plate portion 11 as shown in FIGS. It is comprised by the case part 13, and the cross section of the case part 13 consists of a regular hexagon-shaped shell with an open cross-section structure. A cylindrical mounting boss 14 having a through hole 14a is erected vertically at the center of the back surface of the flat plate portion 11, and three circles every other side among the six sides of the flat plate portion 11 forming a regular hexagon. Column-shaped screw mounting bosses 17,... Six teacup-shaped light direction conversion portions 20,..., 20 are provided on the same circumference centered on the mounting boss 14 and corresponding to the regular hexagonal apex of the flat plate portion 11.

  As shown in FIGS. 2A to 3B, three rectangular pillar-shaped support ribs 15,..., 15 that support the circuit board 30 are vertically extended on the inner surface of the side wall portion 12 of the case portion 13. . The support ribs 15 are arranged corresponding to one side between the three screw mounting bosses 17 among the six sides of the flat plate portion 11 having a regular hexagonal shape. The height of the support rib 15 is slightly lower than the height of the side wall portion 12. On the outer surface of the mounting boss 14, a pair of cylindrical pins 16, 16 are extended to face each other along the axis. The tip of the pin 16 protrudes from the mounting boss 14, and when the light source module 1 is mounted, the tip of the pin 16 is inserted into a through hole formed in the other mounting plate so that the direction change element 10 can freely rotate. It has been stopped.

  The light direction changing member 10 is formed, for example, by injection molding a PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate) resin. The material of the light redirecting member 10 is not limited to PMMA resin, and for example, a transparent resin such as polycarbonate, epoxy, and silicone, transparent glass, or various colored transparent materials can be used. The surface of the light redirecting member 10 excluding the light redirecting portion 20 is preferably roughened by a processing means such as surface grinding or sandblasting. By providing a reflective film such as a coating film, vapor deposition, or plating (silver) on the surface, it is possible to improve shielding properties, appearance design properties, and light extraction properties.

  As one configuration example for improving the shielding property and appearance design of the light direction changing member 10, as shown in FIGS. 3A and 4, the second emitting surface in the second emitting unit 22 of the light direction changing unit 20. It is preferable to apply a reflective film to the surface excluding 28, for example, the side wall portion 12 including the inner peripheral surface of the through hole 14 a of the mounting boss 14 and the flat plate portion 11 of the case portion 13 in the light redirecting member 10.

  As one configuration example for improving the light extraction property of the light direction changing member 10, as shown in FIGS. 3A and 4, the second emission surface 28 in the second emission portion 22 of the light direction changing portion 20 is excluded. A reflective film is preferably applied to the surface, for example, the side wall portion 12 including the inner peripheral surface of the through hole 14a of the mounting boss 14 in the case portion 13 of the light redirecting member 10 and the mounting surface of the substrate 30 on which the LED light source 60 is mounted. It is. By reflecting the light leaked from the light direction changing unit 20 with the reflection film, the reflected light is condensed toward the light direction changing unit 20 and the light extraction effect from the light direction changing unit 20 can be improved. it can. Thereby, the loss of light in the light redirecting member 10 can be reduced and the luminance can be further increased.

(Light direction changing part)
Referring to FIG. 4, the emitted light of the light source module 1 is schematically shown in FIG. 4. The light direction changing portion 20 of the light direction changing member 10 is disposed at a portion corresponding to the LED light source 60 mounted on the circuit board 30, and the light beam emitted from the LED light source 60 is substantially parallel to the optical axis direction. Convert.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the light direction changing unit 20 radiates from the LED light source 60 and the first light emitting unit 21 that emits the central light beam emitted from the central part of the LED light source 60 as the first parallel light L1. And a second emitting portion 22 that emits the peripheral light beam at the periphery of the central light beam as the second parallel light L2. In the illustrated example, the light direction conversion unit 20 exemplifies a circular irradiation surface centered on the optical axis, but is not limited to the illustrated example. For example, the irradiation surface of the light direction conversion unit 20 is light. An elliptical shape centered on the axis may be used.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the first emission part 21 of the light direction conversion part 20 has a circular recess 23 that opens to the opposite side to the emission side. The bottom surface of the recess 23 has a first incident surface 24 having a convex curved shape at the center of the truncated conical portion bulging on the opposite side of the emission side, and a flat shape bulging on the emission side. A first exit surface 25 having an uneven curved surface shape is formed at the center of the truncated cone portion. The first incident surface 24 is a first refracting surface on which the central light flux from the LED light source 60 is refracted and incident. One first exit surface 25 is a second refracting surface that refracts the central light beam that is refracted and incident from the first incident surface 24 and emits the light beam substantially parallel to the optical axis direction. By setting the curvature shapes of the first and second bent surfaces, the emission direction of the central light beam from the LED light source 60 can be adjusted.

  On the other hand, the second emission part 22 of the light direction conversion unit 20 includes a second incident surface 26 having a concave curved surface shape on the side surface of the concave part 23 of the first emission part 21 and a convex curve on the outer surface of the light direction conversion part 20. A reflecting surface 27 having a shape and a second emitting surface 28 having a stepped shape in a recess opened to the emitting side of the light direction changing unit 20 are provided. The second incident surface 26 receives a peripheral light beam emitted from the LED light source 60 through the side surface portion of the concave portion 23 of the first emitting portion 21. The reflecting surface 27 totally reflects the peripheral light flux emitted from the second incident surface 26 substantially parallel to the optical axis direction. The second emission surface 28 emits the peripheral light flux totally reflected by the reflection surface 27 as parallel light in the optical axis direction.

  Although the form of the light direction conversion unit 20 is not limited to the illustrated example, as illustrated in FIGS. 3A to 4, the light direction conversion unit 20 is formed in a funnel shape that gradually expands in the emission direction. The form of the reflecting surface 27 of the light direction changing unit 20 may be a part of a curved shape such as a rotating quadratic curved surface, a rotating paraboloid, or a rotating hyperboloid.

  As shown in FIG. 3A and FIG. 4, the second exit surface 28 of the light direction changing unit 20 is a staircase composed of flat portions 28 a,..., 28 a and wall surface portions 28 b,. It is formed into a shape. The flat portion 28a has an annular shape that gradually expands in the emission direction around the optical axis, and is formed with the same width dimension. One wall surface portion 28b has an annular shape that gradually increases in diameter in the emission direction with the optical axis as the center, and is formed with a gradually decreasing thickness and a small height in the emission direction.

  The number of steps of the second exit surface 28 is not limited to the illustrated example, but it is preferable to set the thickness of the light direction changing unit 20 to be thin. In the illustrated example, the thickness of the light direction changing portion 20 is set so thin that the rigidity of the light direction changing member 10 is lowered and the optical characteristics of the second emission surface 28 are not unstable. Thereby, generation | occurrence | production of the sink mark of a resin at the time of injection molding, a void, etc. can be suppressed, and the product excellent in smoothness and external appearance design property can be obtained. In addition, the weight and cost of the product can be reduced.

(Circuit board)
As shown in FIG. 2A, the circuit board 30 is formed in a thin plate shape having a regular hexagonal surface and is made of a resin material such as glass epoxy resin (FR4, CEM3). An LED light source 60 is mounted on the surface of the circuit board 30, and a wiring pattern (not shown) is electrically connected to the two lead wires 61 and 61 of the LED light source 60. The lead wire 61 is connected to the circuit board 30 and the power supply unit of the other light source module 1.

  As shown in FIGS. 2A and 2B, a screw insertion hole 31 of the screw 3 inserted through the mounting boss 14 of the light direction changing member 10 is formed in the center portion of the circuit board 30. In the periphery of the screw insertion hole 31, pin insertion holes 32 and 32 for inserting the pins 16 of the mounting boss 14 are formed, and lead wire insertion holes 33 and 33 for inserting the lead wires 61 are formed. ing. Three mounting slits 34,..., 34 that are notched in a U shape are formed on every other side of the six outer edges of the circuit board 30 having a regular hexagonal shape. The mounting slit 34 is arranged corresponding to the screw mounting boss 17 of the light direction changing member 10.

(LED)
The LED light source 60 is accommodated in a concave portion of a substantially rectangular package formed of, for example, a white resin material, and is disposed directly below the light direction conversion unit 20. On the bottom surface of the concave portion, a blue LED element that emits blue light and is connected to a pair of leads that are led out and not shown in the figure is disposed. The blue LED element is mounted on the circuit board 30 via a lead. A sealing resin is filled in the recess of the package. The sealing resin contains a phosphor that emits yellow light when excited by blue light emitted from a blue LED element. White light is emitted based on a mixture of blue light emitted from the blue LED element and yellow light emitted from the phosphor.

  As the blue LED element, for example, an LED element made of a GaN-based semiconductor compound having an emission wavelength region of 450 nm to 460 nm can be used. As the phosphor, for example, a silicate phosphor or a garnet phosphor such as a YAG phosphor can be used. As another example of the LED light source 60, instead of a blue LED element, for example, by incorporating LED elements of three colors of R, G, and B, various colors of emitted light can be obtained.

(Heat radiator)
A heat radiator that radiates heat generated by the LED light source 60 to the outside is provided on the back surface of the circuit board 30. As shown in FIG. 2A, the heat radiating body includes two members, a heat radiating sheet 40 and a heat radiating plate 50. The heat radiating sheet 40 and the heat radiating plate 50 are formed in a thin shape having a regular hexagonal surface having the same shape as the circuit board 30. According to the illustrated example, one heat radiating sheet 40 is sandwiched and mounted between the circuit board 30 and the heat radiating plate 50. The heat radiating sheet 40 has screw insertion holes 41, pin insertion holes 42, lead wire insertion holes at portions corresponding to the screw insertion holes 31, pin insertion holes 32, lead wire insertion holes 33, and mounting slits 34 of the circuit board 30. 43 and a mounting slit 44 are formed. One heat sink 50 has a screw insertion hole 51, a pin insertion hole 52, and a lead wire insertion in a portion corresponding to the screw insertion hole 31, the pin insertion hole 32, the lead wire insertion hole 33, and the mounting slit 34 of the circuit board 30. A hole 53 and a mounting hole 54 are formed.

  Examples of the material of the heat dissipation sheet 40 include acrylic, urethane, and silicone resin materials. As the material of the heat radiating plate 50, it is preferable to use a metal material having good thermal conductivity such as aluminum or copper. Part of the heat generated by the LED light source 60 is transferred from the circuit board 30 to the other mounting plate via the heat radiating sheet 40 and the heat radiating plate 50, so that the LED light source 60, the internal space of the light source module 1, etc. Temperature rise is suppressed.

(Arrangement of light source module)
Referring to FIGS. 5A to 5C, FIGS. 5A to 5C schematically show an example in which the light source modules 1 having a regular hexagonal outer shape are arranged in an array. As an example of the regular hexagonal arrangement pattern of the light source module 1, as shown in FIG. 5A, there is an arrangement form in which one side of the regular hexagon is overlapped and gathered in a line. As another example of the regular hexagonal arrangement pattern of the light source module 1, as shown in FIG. 5B, an arrangement form in which one side of the regular hexagon is superposed on each other in a honeycomb shape and gathered into a substantially circular shape, or shown in FIG. 5C. In this way, an arrangement form in which one side of a regular hexagon is superposed on each other in a honeycomb shape and gathered in a substantially triangular shape can be cited.

  Thereby, while being able to spread the light source module 1 between several regular hexagons without gap, the LED light source 60 can be spread and arranged on the whole surface. In the illustrated example, the light source module 1 whose outer shape has a regular hexagon when viewed from a plane is illustrated, but the present invention is not limited to this, and for example, the outer shape is a triangle, a quadrangle, or an octagon in a plan view. The light source module 1 having a polygonal shape such as may be used.

  In the light source module 1 configured as described above, the circuit board 30, the heat radiating sheet 40, and the heat radiating plate 50 are assembled to the back surface of the light redirecting member 10 via the support ribs 15 in accordance with a regular method. .., 2 are formed on the distal end surface of the screw mounting boss 17 of the light direction changing member 10 through the mounting slit 34 of the circuit board 30, the mounting slit 44 of the heat radiating sheet 40, and the mounting hole 54 of the heat radiating plate 50. It is assembled by screwing and fixing to the female screw part. The assembled light source module 1 has the mounting boss 14 of the light redirecting member 10 in accordance with a standard method with the tips of the pair of pins 16 protruding from the back surface of the heat radiating plate 50 inserted into the through holes formed in the other mounting plate. And is fastened and fixed to the other mounting plate by screws 3.

(Effects of the first embodiment)
According to the light source module 1 according to the first embodiment, the following various effects can be obtained.
(1) The light direction changing member 10 includes a first light emitting portion 21 that emits a central light beam emitted from the central portion of the LED light source 60 as first parallel light L1, and a peripheral portion of the central light beam emitted from the LED light source 60. Since the second light emitting section 22 that emits the peripheral light flux as the second parallel light L2 is provided, the parallelism of the central light flux and the peripheral light flux from the LED light source 60 can be made accurate.
(2) Since the central light flux and the peripheral light flux emitted from the LED light source 60 can be converted to be substantially parallel to the optical axis direction and emitted, the LED is not affected by the distance from the LED light source to the illumination object. All the light beams from the light source can be efficiently emitted toward the surface of the object to be illuminated with the same optical power.
(3) Since the thickness of the light redirecting portion 20 can be set so thin as not to deteriorate the optical characteristics, rigidity, aesthetics, etc., it is possible to suppress the occurrence of resin sink marks and voids during injection molding. In addition, the weight of the product and cost reduction can be achieved.
(4) Since the outer shape of the light source module 1 is formed in a regular hexagonal shape, the dead space of the illumination area when the light source modules 1 are arranged in an array can be almost eliminated. It is possible to make the irradiation density uniform and to illuminate brightly.
(5) Since the circuit board 30, the heat radiating sheet 40 and the heat radiating plate 50 are sequentially assembled on the back surface of the light redirecting member 10 and then assembled by fastening with screws 2, the unit of the light source module 1 It becomes easy.
(6) A reflector for directing the luminous flux from the LED light source 60 in the irradiation direction is not required, and the number of parts can be reduced and the assembling accuracy can be improved. In addition, the light source module 1 can be reduced in size and thickness.

[Second Embodiment]
The light source module 1 configured as described above can be effectively applied to, for example, a lighting device for a street lamp as a final product. Referring to FIG. 6, FIG. 6 schematically shows a street lamp lighting device 100 using the light source module 1 according to the first embodiment. In addition, the same member name and code | symbol are attached | subjected to the member substantially the same as the said 1st Embodiment. Therefore, a detailed description of substantially the same members as those in the first embodiment is omitted.

  In FIG. 6, reference numeral 100 generally indicates a street lamp illumination device using the light source module 1. The lighting device 100 includes a post (not shown) that is vertically fixed on a road surface, the ground, and the like, and a lamp body 101 that is supported and fixed to an upper end portion of the post. The lamp body 101 includes a housing 103 having an opening 102 on a lower surface, a lid 105 that closes the opening 102, and a planar light emitting device 70 housed in the housing 103. A lamp lens 104 is provided at a portion corresponding to the light source module 1 of the lid 105. The lead wire 61 of the LED light source 60 is connected to the circuit board 30 and the power supply unit 106 of another light source module 1.

  The planar light emitting device 70 of the lighting device 100 includes a large number of light source modules 1,. The light source module 1 is supported and fixed to an attachment unit 107 provided in the housing 103. The mounting unit 107 includes a mounting plate 109 having a mounting bracket 108, and is made of a sheet metal material such as a galvanized steel plate, aluminum, or copper. The mounting bracket 108 of the mounting plate 109 is fastened and fixed by a screw 111 to a cylindrical bracket mounting boss 110 erected vertically on the bottom surface of the housing 103. After the light source module 1 is positioned by inserting the tips of the pair of pins 16 protruding from the back surface of the heat radiating plate 50 into the through holes formed in the mounting plate 109, the light source module 1 passes through the mounting boss 14 of the light direction changing member 10 according to a conventional method. The screw 3 is fastened and fixed to the mounting plate 109.

  Now, when power is supplied to the planar light emitting device 70, white light is emitted from the LED light sources 60 of the multiple light source modules 1. As shown in FIG. 4, the white light is converted into parallel light by the light direction changing member 10 from the central portion of the LED light source 60 and the peripheral light beam emitted from the LED light source 60 to the lamp lens 104. Emitted. As shown in FIG. 6, the central light beam and the peripheral light beam that are transmitted from the back surface side to the front surface side of the lamp lens 104 are emitted as parallel light to the side, diagonally upward, and diagonally downward. The luminous flux emitted from the lamp lens 104 directly reaches the road surface, the ground, etc., and clearly illuminates the road surface, the ground, etc.

(Effect of the second embodiment)
According to the planar light emitting device 70 according to the second embodiment, the following effects can be obtained in addition to the effects of the first embodiment.
(1) The illumination device 100 can be configured compactly.
(2) Since the light source module 1 has a simple mounting structure in which the single light source module 1 is mounted to the mounting unit 107 of the lighting device 100 with a single screw 3, the brightness required for the surface of the object to be illuminated is The number of installed light source modules 1 can be easily changed according to electric power.
(3) Since the lead wire 61 of the LED light source 60 is exposed on the back surface side of the light source module 1, a large number of light source modules 1 can be easily electrically connected to the power supply unit 106 of the lighting device 100.

  As is clear from the above description, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, modifications, and illustrated examples, and various design changes can be made within the scope described in each claim. In the second embodiment, the planar light emitting device has been described as applied to a lighting device for street lamps. However, the present invention is not limited to this. For example, road lights, crime prevention lights, parking lots, etc. It can be effectively used for various lighting devices such as lamps, projectors, and spotlights.

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  1. An LED light source, and a light direction conversion member that converts a light beam emitted from the LED light source substantially parallel to the optical axis direction,
    The light direction changing member has a light direction changing portion facing the LED light source,
    The light direction changing unit is
    A first emission part that emits a luminous flux emitted from the LED light source as first parallel light;
    A light source module comprising: a second light emitting unit that emits a light beam in a peripheral portion of the light beam emitted from the LED light source as second parallel light.
  2. The light redirecting member has a regular hexagon;
    The light source module according to claim 1, wherein the light direction changing portion is provided at a portion corresponding to a regular hexagonal apex of the light direction changing member.
  3.   The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the light direction conversion units are arranged on the same circumference around the regular hexagon.
  4. The first emission part is:
    A first incident surface that refracts and enters a light beam emitted from the LED light source;
    A first exit surface that refracts and emits the light beam incident on the first entrance surface substantially parallel to the optical axis direction;
    The second emission part is:
    A second incident surface formed around the first incident surface;
    A reflecting surface that totally reflects the light beam incident from the second incident surface substantially parallel to the optical axis direction;
    And a second emission surface that is formed around the first emission surface and that transmits the light beam totally reflected by the reflection surface in a direction substantially parallel to the optical axis direction. Item 4. The light source module according to any one of Items 1 to 3.
  5. The reflective surface has a parabolic shape,
    The second emission surface has a stepped shape including an annular flat surface portion formed in a direction orthogonal to the optical axis direction and an annular wall surface portion orthogonal to the flat surface portion. The light source module according to claim 4.
  6.   The light source module according to claim 1, wherein the light direction changing member is formed by applying a reflective film to a surface other than the light direction changing portion.
  7. The light direction changing member is constituted by a case portion composed of a flat plate portion and side wall portions facing each other along the peripheral direction of the flat plate portion, and a reflective film is applied to the surface other than the light direction changing portion,
    The light source module according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the reflective film is applied to the side wall portion and a mounting surface of a substrate that is provided in the case portion and mounts the LED light source.
  8. A substrate on which the LED light source is mounted;
    A heat dissipation sheet provided on the surface of the substrate opposite to the LED light source;
    A heat dissipating plate provided on the surface of the heat dissipating sheet opposite to the substrate;
    The light source module according to claim 1, wherein the light source module is configured as a unit in which the substrate, the heat radiating sheet, and the heat radiating plate are fixed to a side opposite to an emission side of the optical member.
  9. An LED light source, and a light direction conversion member that converts a light beam emitted from the LED light source substantially parallel to the optical axis direction,
    The light direction changing member has a polygon, and has a light direction changing portion facing the LED light source on the surface of the polygon.
    The light direction changing unit is
    A first emission part that emits a luminous flux emitted from the LED light source as first parallel light;
    A light source module comprising: a second light emitting unit that emits a light beam in a peripheral portion of the light beam emitted from the LED light source as second parallel light.
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