KR100857146B1 - Lighting unit and method for constituting the lighting unit - Google Patents

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KR100857146B1
KR100857146B1 KR1020070028811A KR20070028811A KR100857146B1 KR 100857146 B1 KR100857146 B1 KR 100857146B1 KR 1020070028811 A KR1020070028811 A KR 1020070028811A KR 20070028811 A KR20070028811 A KR 20070028811A KR 100857146 B1 KR100857146 B1 KR 100857146B1
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Abstract

A lighting device and a method for manufacturing the same are provided to minimize an installation space by mounting a PLC(Power Line Communication) wireless module and a plug on the lighting device. A lighting device includes a plug(201), an SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply)(204), a lighting module(203), and a PLC wireless model(202). The plug has an AC power terminal and a DC power terminal. The AC power terminal supplies an AC power received through a power line to an electric device for the AC power. The SMPS converts the AC power into a DC power. The DC power terminal supplies the converted DC power to an electric device for the DC power. The lighting module uses the AC power, and switches on or off a lamp in response to an on/off-signal. The PLC wireless module receives a PLC signal through the power line and transmits the received PLC signal to each of communication devices.

Description

LIGHTING UNIT AND METHOD FOR CONSTITUTING THE LIGHTING UNIT}

1 is a view showing an example of installing a lighting device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a view showing the internal structure of a lighting apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a diagram illustrating an internal structure of a lighting apparatus according to another embodiment of the present invention.

4 is a flowchart illustrating a method of configuring a lighting apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

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200: lighting device

201: plug

202: PLC wireless module

203: lighting module

204: SMPS part

The present invention installs a plug, a PLC wireless module and a lighting module inside the lighting device, and by installing the lighting device in close proximity to a wireless communication device such as a ceiling, the lighting device that can reduce the communication obstacles caused by obstacles and its configuration It is about a method.

PLC (PLC) Power Line Communication (PLC) Modem is a device for transmitting and receiving data through a power line. When a power line is plugged into a socket of a home or office, it provides high-speed services such as voice, data, and the Internet. do. PLC modem has the advantage of reducing the number of power lines and simplifying installation by providing a single data line for data transmission paths that are complicated with wired television networks, telephone lines, and optical networks.

Such a PLC modem should be installed at a position close to the power supply unit and the signal supply device. If this is not installed, there is a problem that the PLC modem cannot communicate at a high speed due to the obstacle of communication between the radio transmitter and the receiver. In addition, there is a disadvantage that a high output power is required when the signal attenuation is large due to obstacles. In addition, since it can be used by connecting the PLC modem to the plug, there is a disadvantage that the number of plugs that can be used for other purposes is reduced. In addition, when the PLC modem is bulky and connected to a multi-tap having a plurality of plugs, there is a problem in that an insertion hole of another plug is blocked.

Therefore, by installing a plug and a PLC modem inside a lighting device installed in close proximity to a wireless communication device such as a ceiling, there is an urgent need for a technical idea to reduce communication obstacles caused by obstacles and to efficiently use space.

The present invention has been made to solve the problems of the prior art as described above, in order to reduce communication obstacles caused by obstacles, plugs and PLC modems are installed inside a lighting device installed in close proximity to a wireless communication device such as a ceiling. It is an object of the present invention to provide a lighting apparatus and a configuration method thereof.

In addition, the lighting device and the configuration method according to the present invention provides a lighting device for mounting the plug and the PLC modem in the lighting device to efficiently use a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical devices and a configuration method thereof For that purpose.

In order to achieve the above object and to solve the above-mentioned problems of the prior art, a lighting device according to an embodiment of the present invention, a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical equipment, and is connected to the plug, the power line It is characterized in that it comprises a PLC wireless module for receiving a PLC (Power Line Communication) signal through the transfer to each communication device.

In addition, as a technical method for achieving the above object, the configuration method of the lighting device, providing a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical devices, and connected to the plug, PLC in the PLC wireless module via a power line Receiving a signal and transmitting the signal to each communication device.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings and the contents described in the accompanying drawings, but the present invention is not limited or limited to the embodiments.

1 is a view showing an example of installing a lighting device according to an embodiment of the present invention.

As shown, the lighting device (100a to 100d) is installed in each room, a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical devices, when connected with the plug, receives a PLC signal through a power line to each communication device PLC wireless module 101 for transmitting and lighting module 102 to turn on the light by the on signal or flashing the light by the off signal.

More specifically, in the related art, the plug and the PLC wireless module 101 may be separately installed so that space may not be used efficiently and communication may be disturbed by obstacles. Complementing this problem, in the present invention by mounting the plug and the PLC modem 101 in the lighting device (100a to 100d) installed in close proximity to a wireless communication device such as ceiling, to reduce the communication failure due to obstacles, space There is an effect that can be used efficiently.

When the plurality of plugs are connected to the outlets of the electric devices, the electric devices are operated by supplying power to the electric devices.

In addition, when connected to the plug, the PLC wireless module 101 receives a PLC signal through a power line and transmits the signal to each communication device. In general, a PLC modem is a device for communicating data through a power line, and provides a service that can use voice, data, and the Internet at high speed by plugging a power line into a socket of a home or office. In the present invention, the PLC wireless module 101 is detachable from the plug and propagates the PLC signal by wireless communication means.

The lighting module 102 lights the lamp by the on signal or flashes the lamp by the off signal. That is, the lighting module 102 may turn on the light when the user turns on the light switch, and may flash the light when the user turns off the light switch.

Hereinafter, the lighting apparatus 200 of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 2.

As shown in FIG. 2, the lighting device 200 includes a plug 201, a PLC wireless module 202, a lighting module 203, and an SMPS unit 204. In this case, the lighting device 200 may be installed at a place such as a ceiling in close proximity to the wireless communication device in order to reduce the communication failure due to the obstacle.

The plug 201 may be configured as one of an AC power terminal or a DC power terminal. In FIG. 2, a plug 201 configured as an AC power terminal will be described. The plug 201 supplies power to a plurality of electrical devices connected via connection terminals. The electric device means any device that requires a power source, and may be, for example, a television, a refrigerator, a computer, or the like.

The PLC wireless module 002 delivers the PLC signal transmitted from the AC power supply to each communication device through the power line. The PLC signal is a signal for data transmission and reception, and may be propagated to each communication device through a wireless communication means. The communication device means any device that requires a communication connection, and may be, for example, a telephone, a fax, a modem, or the like. In addition, the PLC wireless module 102 is detachable from the plug 101 and can be easily used when needed.

The lighting module 203 lights the lamp by the on signal or flashes the lamp by the off signal. That is, the lighting module 103 may turn on the light when the user turns on the light switch, and may flash the light when the user turns off the light switch.

In addition, the Switching Mode Power Supply (SMPS) unit converts AC power to DC power.

As described above, according to the present invention, by installing the plug and the PLC wireless module inside the lighting device, there is an effect that can minimize the installation space, and solve the problem of blocking the plug insertion port because of the large volume of the PLC wireless module.

Hereinafter, the lighting device in which the plug 301 is configured as a DC power terminal will be described with reference to FIG. 3.

As shown in FIG. 3, the lighting apparatus 300 includes a plug 301, a PLC wireless module 302, a lighting module 303, and an SMPS unit 304. The SMPS unit 304 converts AC power to DC power, and the plug 301 supplies power to a plurality of electrical devices connected to the converted DC power through a connection terminal. The PLC wireless module 302 transmits the PLC signal transmitted from the DC power supply to each communication device via the power line, and the lighting module 303 lights the lamp by the on signal or flashes the lamp by the off signal.

As such, since the lighting device 300 of FIG. 3 performs an operation performed by each module of the lighting device 200 of FIG. 2, a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

Therefore, according to the present invention, by installing a plug and a PLC wireless module inside a lighting device installed at a close distance to a wireless communication device such as a ceiling, communication failure due to an obstacle can be reduced.

In addition, according to the present invention, by installing the plug and the PLC wireless module inside the lighting device, it is possible to minimize the installation space, and to solve the problem of blocking the other plug insertion port due to the large volume of the PLC wireless module.

Hereinafter, the workflow of configuring the lighting apparatus according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail.

4 is a flowchart illustrating a method of configuring a lighting apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The construction method of the lighting apparatus according to the present embodiment can be performed by the lighting apparatus as shown in Figs.

First, the lighting device provides a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical devices (step 401). This step 401 is a process of providing a plug for supplying power to a plurality of electrical devices connected through a connection terminal. The electric device means any device that requires a power source, and may be, for example, a television, a refrigerator, a computer, or the like.

The plug may be configured as either an AC power terminal or a DC power terminal.

In addition, when the PLC wireless module is connected to the plug, the lighting apparatus receives the PLC signal through the power line and transmits the signal to each communication device (step 402). This step 402 is a process of transmitting the PLC signal transmitted from the AC power or DC power to each communication device through the power line. The PLC signal is a signal for data transmission and reception, and may be propagated to each communication device through a wireless communication means. The communication device means any device that requires a communication connection, and may be, for example, a telephone, a fax, a modem, or the like.

In this step 402, the PLC wireless module is detachable from the plug and can be easily used when needed. In addition, the PLC radio module propagates the PLC signal through wireless communication means.

Subsequently, the lighting device turns on the lamp by the on signal using the electricity flowing through the power line or blinks the lamp by the off signal (step 403). This step 403 is a process of turning on the lamp by the on signal or flashing the lamp by the off signal through control of the lighting module. That is, the lighting module may turn on the light when the user turns on the light switch, and may flash the light when the user turns off the light switch.

Therefore, according to the present invention, by installing a plug and a PLC wireless module inside a lighting device installed at a close distance to a wireless communication device such as a ceiling, communication failure due to an obstacle can be reduced.

In addition, according to the present invention, by installing the plug and the PLC wireless module inside the lighting device, it is possible to minimize the installation space, and to solve the problem of blocking the other plug insertion port due to the large volume of the PLC wireless module.

As described above, although the present invention has been described with reference to limited embodiments and drawings, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and those skilled in the art to which the present invention pertains various modifications and variations from such descriptions. This is possible.

Therefore, the scope of the present invention should not be limited to the described embodiments, but should be determined not only by the claims below but also by the equivalents of the claims.

In the lighting apparatus and its configuration method according to the present invention, by installing a plug and a PLC wireless module inside a lighting apparatus installed in a close proximity to a wireless communication apparatus such as a ceiling, there is an effect of reducing a communication failure due to an obstacle.

In the lighting device and its configuration method according to the present invention, by installing a plug and a PLC wireless module inside the lighting device, the installation space can be minimized, and the volume of the PLC wireless module is large, thereby solving the problem of blocking another plug insertion hole. .

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  1. In the lighting device,
    An AC power supply terminal for supplying AC power input through a power line to an AC electric device;
    An SMPS unit converting the AC power into a DC power;
    A DC power supply terminal for supplying the converted DC power to an electric device for DC;
    A lighting module using the AC power source to turn on a light by an on signal or to flash a light by an off signal; And
    PLC wireless module that receives a power line communication (PLC) signal through the power line and delivers it to each communication device
    Lighting device comprising a.
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  4. The method of claim 1,
    The PLC wireless module,
    Wireless communication means for propagating the PLC signal to each communication device
    Lighting device comprising a.
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  7. The method of claim 1,
    The PLC wireless module,
    Illumination device, characterized in that the proximity to the wireless receiver for receiving the PLC signal, located on the ceiling of the home.
  8. In the configuration method of the lighting device,
    Providing an AC power terminal for supplying AC power input through a power line to an AC electric device;
    Configuring an SMPS unit to convert the AC power into DC power;
    Providing a DC power terminal for supplying the converted DC power to an electric device for DC;
    Using the AC power supply, a lighting module configured to turn on a light by an on signal or to flash a light by an off signal; And
    Receiving a PLC signal from the PLC wireless module via the power line and passing it to each communication device
    Method of configuring a lighting device comprising a.
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