KR101103815B1 - LED Panel and LED Lighting Apparatus of Bar Type Using the Same - Google Patents

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KR101103815B1
KR101103815B1 KR1020100020691A KR20100020691A KR101103815B1 KR 101103815 B1 KR101103815 B1 KR 101103815B1 KR 1020100020691 A KR1020100020691 A KR 1020100020691A KR 20100020691 A KR20100020691 A KR 20100020691A KR 101103815 B1 KR101103815 B1 KR 101103815B1
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F21LIGHTING
    • F21KNON-ELECTRIC LIGHT SOURCES USING LUMINESCENCE; LIGHT SOURCES USING ELECTROCHEMILUMINESCENCE; LIGHT SOURCES USING CHARGES OF COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL; LIGHT SOURCES USING SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AS LIGHT-GENERATING ELEMENTS; LIGHT SOURCES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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    • F21K9/20Light sources comprising attachment means
    • F21K9/27Retrofit light sources for lighting devices with two fittings for each light source, e.g. for substitution of fluorescent tubes
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F21YINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLASSES F21K, F21L, F21S and F21V, RELATING TO THE FORM OR THE KIND OF THE LIGHT SOURCES OR OF THE COLOUR OF THE LIGHT EMITTED
    • F21Y2103/00Elongate light sources, e.g. fluorescent tubes
    • F21Y2103/10Elongate light sources, e.g. fluorescent tubes comprising a linear array of point-like light-generating elements
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F21YINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBCLASSES F21K, F21L, F21S and F21V, RELATING TO THE FORM OR THE KIND OF THE LIGHT SOURCES OR OF THE COLOUR OF THE LIGHT EMITTED
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Abstract

The present invention by applying the conventional fluorescent lamp socket as it is to supply the AC power applied from the outside to the power supply panel built in a non-insulated type inside the housing to ensure the insulation breakdown voltage of 3kV or more and at the same time assembling the LED panel And it relates to a bar type LED lighting device that can improve the productivity.
The present invention has a hollow portion therein is an LED housing is formed on one side of the outer surface and the bar-shaped housing is open at both ends; First and second caps respectively coupled to open ends of the housing and having two pin-type electrode terminals to receive AC power; A power supply panel embedded in the hollow part of the housing for converting the AC power input from the first and second caps into DC power; A plurality of LEDs mounted along a length direction, one AC power source arranged to one side of the plurality of LEDs, for supplying AC power applied from one of the first and second cap electrode terminals to the power supply panel. An LED panel arranged on a line and the other side of the plurality of LEDs, the first and second DC power lines configured to apply DC power for driving the plurality of LEDs are mounted on a substrate and coupled to the LED receiver; And a transparent cover at both ends coupled to the LED receiving portion of the housing to protect the LED panel.

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LED Panel and LED Lighting Apparatus of the Same Type {LED Panel and LED Lighting Apparatus of Bar Type Using the Same}

The present invention relates to a light emitting diode (LED) lighting device (hereinafter referred to as an LED) lighting device, wherein an AC power source applied from the outside is applied to a non-insulated type inside a housing through an LED panel by directly applying a fluorescent lamp socket. The present invention relates to an LED panel and a bar type LED lighting device that can be provided with a built-in power supply panel to ensure high insulation withstand voltage and improve assembly and productivity of the LED panel.

In the floodlight, landscape lighting, and advertising lighting market, various light sources such as fluorescent, neon, and halogen lamps have preoccupied in the past, but in recent years, LEDs are spotlighted as light sources in these fields. The reason why the LED is spotlighted as a light source is because of the device characteristics of the LED.

Conventional light sources emit light using mercury and the like, but LEDs are environmentally friendly because they do not use mercury, and maintenance costs are saved because they consume less power. In addition, the LED has a longer life than the conventional light source, excellent durability and robust characteristics.

In addition, the use of LEDs is being accelerated in that brightness and luminous efficiency are gradually improved and they are driven at low voltages, so that there is no risk of electric shock. In particular, it is widely used for outdoor and indoor lighting due to the applicability of LEDs and brilliant effects.

Representative indoor lighting devices include A-lamps with screw-type sockets, and LED lighting devices that replace light sources of straight fluorescent lamps (so-called fluorescent lamps) that use a luminaire (shade) with a pair of sockets installed at both ends. It is becoming.

Of these, the bar-shaped LED lighting device that replaced the fluorescent lamp with LED is divided into a product that can use a fluorescent lamp (shade) as it is and a product that uses a new lamp (shade).

The conventional general LED lighting device has a bar-shaped housing having a predetermined length, a printed circuit board (hereinafter referred to as a PCB) of a predetermined length installed inside the housing, and a predetermined distance from the PCB. Installed and consists of a plurality of LEDs, and a power supply for supplying power to the LED.

Such a bar-shaped LED lighting device (or light bar) is disclosed in Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2009-0031417 having a bar-shaped housing structure constituting a connector provided at both ends of a conventional fluorescent lamp by providing a power supply inside the housing. Bar type LED lighting apparatus is disclosed.

However, although the LED light source is supplied with power input from the connectors formed at both ends of the power supply provided in the housing, the path input from the connector to the power supply is not disclosed. Since each assembly is assembled along the outer circumferential surface, there is a drop in assembly and productivity, there is no moisture-proof, dust-proof cover, there is a restriction according to the environment of the area used.

In addition, the LED roughening device of the Patent Publication No. 10-2009-31417 proposes to set the inside of the tube to a vacuum in order to prevent the damage of the electronic control component due to the condensation moisture in a cold environment.

However, this method first requires a vacuum setting process when assembling parts, and it is necessary that both ends of the tube have a special sealing structure for sealing the inside with a vacuum. There is a problem that it is difficult to set the interior to a vacuum.

In addition, Patent No. 10-0903305 also has a power supply is built in the inside of the pipe-shaped body formed with a plurality of heat radiation fins on the side and both sides thereof are sealed by a bracket, the rod-shaped in the LED receiving portion formed on the upper side of the body Disclosed is an LED illuminating device in the form of a straight fluorescent lamp equipped with an LED unit and a lens unit and a cover coupled to the uppermost side to protect the LED unit and the lens unit.

However, the LED lighting device has a structure for supplying power to the power supply device through a cable disposed inside the housing, thereby greatly reducing productivity when molding for waterproofing and insulation of the power supply device embedded in the housing. . In addition, since the LED lighting device is not a structure in which power input terminals are formed at both ends, the LED lighting device cannot be used as it is in a conventional fluorescent lamp.

In addition, when the LED portion coupled to the upper portion of the housing is formed to be screwed to form a screw coupling hole having a large diameter of about 2.2mm on the upper surface of the LED portion and the metal screw of the screwing hole is coupled if, When an AC power line for introducing one side AC power is arranged in the LED panel, there is a problem in that the insulation of the LED panel is greatly reduced.

Furthermore, Patent Publication No. 10-2009-78887 discloses a frame having a hollow portion, a light emitting means, a heat sink for transferring heat from the light emitting means to the frame, a transmission window covering the light emitting means and the heat sink, a power supply means for applying power to the light emitting means. A bar-shaped LED lamp having a has been proposed.

In addition, the application of power to the power supply means from the outside is made through a power connector disposed on one side of the LED lamp.

Therefore, the LED lamp does not have a structure capable of receiving external AC power through the existing fluorescent lamps.

In addition, the LED lamp uses a thermosetting resin to fix the light emitting means and the heat radiation fin to the connecting plate of the frame, there is a problem that the assembly productivity is inferior.

KR10-2009-0031417A KR10-0903305B KR10-2009-78887A

Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide an AC power supply to the non-isolated AC / DC converter embedded in the tubular housing through the LED panel mounted LED is installed in the existing fluorescent lamp luminaire applied through the pin-shaped electrode terminal of both ends The present invention provides an LED panel and a bar type LED lighting device using the same, which can sufficiently secure insulation voltage between a power line and other devices.

Another object of the present invention is to form a narrow bar-shaped LED panel by minimizing the diameter of the fixing piece insertion hole, and then using the fixing piece, the LED can be pressed and fixed simply to the housing without dropping the insulation breakdown voltage. The present invention provides a panel and a bar type LED lighting device using the same.

Still another object of the present invention is to minimize the diameter of the fixing piece insertion hole formed in the LED panel to secure the wiring gap between the AC / DC power pattern after the insulation coating LED panel that can ensure the insulation breakdown voltage of the LED panel and this It is to provide a bar type LED lighting device.

Another object of the present invention is to provide an LED lighting device having a sealing structure in which electronic components can prevent damage caused by condensed water even if the lighting device is used in a cold environment.

Bar type LED lighting apparatus according to the present invention for achieving the above object has a hollow portion therein has an LED receiving portion is formed on one side of the outer surface and the bar-shaped housing is open at both ends; First and second caps respectively coupled to open ends of the housing and having two pin-type electrode terminals to receive AC power; A power supply panel embedded in the hollow part of the housing for converting the AC power input from the first and second caps into DC power; A plurality of LEDs mounted along a length direction, one AC power source arranged to one side of the plurality of LEDs, for supplying AC power applied from one of the first and second cap electrode terminals to the power supply panel. An LED panel arranged on a line and the other side of the plurality of LEDs, the first and second DC power lines configured to apply DC power for driving the plurality of LEDs are mounted on a substrate and coupled to the LED receiver; And both ends are coupled to the LED receiving portion of the housing provides a bar-type LED lighting device comprising a transparent cover for protecting the LED panel.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a LED housing on one side of the outer surface having a hollow portion and the bar-shaped housing is open at both ends; First and second caps respectively coupled to open ends of the housing and having two pin-type electrode terminals to receive AC power; A plurality of LEDs mounted along a longitudinal direction, one AC power line arranged at one side of the plurality of LEDs, and for transferring an AC power applied from an electrode terminal of any one of the first and second caps; An LED panel arranged on the other side of the LED and mounted with a first and second DC power lines to which the DC power for driving the plurality of LEDs is applied on a substrate and coupled to the LED receiving portion; A power supply panel for converting and supplying AC power, which is embedded in the hollow part of the housing, into DC power; And a power supply configured to transfer AC power applied from the AC power line and the other electrode terminal of the first and second caps to the power supply panel, and to transfer DC power to the first and second DC power lines of the LED panel. It provides a bar type LED lighting device comprising a relay panel.

The LED panel is slidably coupled to a pair of channel-shaped grooves formed at both ends of the LED accommodating portion of the housing, and the LED panel is a pair of channel-type flanges using a fixing piece having a pair of flanges at both sides. It is fixed by press-fitting into the groove.

The fixing piece is a pair of flanges protruding on both sides; A protrusion protruding upward between the pair of flanges and having a pair of jig insertion holes; And a fixing protrusion protruding downward between the pair of flanges, wherein the fixing protrusion is coupled to a fixing piece insertion hole formed in the LED panel and serves as a pivot axis when the fixing piece is pivoted.

The pair of channel recesses each include a first channel in which the LED panel is slidably coupled and a second channel in which the flange of the fixing piece is coupled.

And sealing means surrounding the power supply panel to seal the power supply panel.

In order to seal the power supply panel, the hollow portion of the housing in which the power supply panel is accommodated is molded with a sealing material.

It further comprises an angle changing means for changing the light irradiation angle of the LED lighting device to a predetermined angle.

The angle changing means may be coupled to both ends of the housing and the cylindrical cap housing having a fixing projection formed with an angle fixing hole in the inner circumference; A cap cover snap-coupled to an outer end of the cap housing and rotatably supported and having at least one angle adjusting hole set to coincide with the angle fixing hole; And a fixing screw for fastening one angle adjusting hole selected to coincide with the angle fixing hole and the angle fixing hole to maintain a set irradiation angle of the LED lighting device.

The first and second caps are respectively coupled to both ends of the housing and the cylindrical cap housing having a fixing projection for setting the coupling position of the power relay panel in the inner peripheral portion; And a cap cover coupled to an outer end of the cap housing and having a terminal PCB protruding through the pair of pin-shaped electrode terminals and fixedly supporting the pair of electrode terminals at an inner side thereof.

A variable resistor installed on the power relay panel and configured to adjust the light intensity of the LED lighting device; And a variable resistance adjusting hole provided in the cap housing at a position opposite to the variable resistor to adjust the resistance value of the variable resistor.

An optical sensor installed at the power relay panel and configured to detect an ambient light intensity; And an optical sensor hole provided in the cap housing at a position opposite to the optical sensor.

The LED panel is made of a metal material and a bar-shaped substrate; An AC power line arranged along one side of the substrate and configured to supply AC power applied from one of the electrode terminals of the first and second caps to the power supply panel; First and second DC power lines arranged along the other side of the substrate and applying DC power to drive the plurality of LEDs; And a plurality of LEDs arranged at intervals along the substrate and driven in series with first and second DC power lines.

The AC power lines and the second DC power lines of (-) polarity disposed outside are respectively disposed at a distance of at least 3 mm from both sides of the substrate.

It is formed at intervals between the AC power line and the first DC power line of the (+) polarity disposed inside, in contact with one side of the lower surface of the LED connected in series to the first DC power line of the (+) polarity, respectively It further comprises a plurality of heat radiation pattern is a heat radiation.

The LED panel includes a plurality of fixing piece insertion holes coupled to the fixing projections of the plurality of fixing pieces in order to fix the LED panel to the housing, wherein the plurality of heat radiation patterns are the AC power at each position where the fixing piece insertion holes are formed. It is characterized by being separated by a larger interval than the distance between the line and the first DC power line of the positive polarity.

The LED panel is coated with an insulating material on both the top surface and both sides on which the LED is mounted to increase the insulation breakdown voltage.

The 2-pin electrode terminal of the LED lighting device is used in combination with the socket of the fluorescent lamp.

According to still another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a LED panel for a LED lighting device having a non-insulated AC / DC converter inside a housing and coupled to an LED receiving portion formed on one side of the housing, wherein the LED panel is made of a metal material. A bar-shaped substrate; One AC arranged along one side of the substrate to supply AC power applied to the AC / DC converter from an electrode terminal provided in one of the first and second caps coupled to both ends of the housing. Power line; First and second DC power lines arranged along the other side of the substrate and to which DC power supplied to the AC / DC converter is applied to drive an LED; And a plurality of LEDs arranged at intervals along the substrate and driven in series with first and second DC power lines.

The AC power line and the second DC power line of (-) polarity disposed on the outside are each disposed at a distance of at least 3mm from both sides of the substrate.

It is formed at intervals between the AC power line and the first DC power line of the (+) polarity disposed inside, in contact with one side of the lower surface of the LED connected in series to the first DC power line of the (+) polarity, respectively It further comprises a plurality of heat radiation pattern is a heat radiation.

The LED panel includes a plurality of fixing piece insertion holes coupled to the fixing projections of the plurality of fixing pieces to fix the LED panel to the housing, wherein the plurality of heat dissipation patterns are the AC power at each position where the fixing piece insertion holes are formed. It is characterized by being separated by a larger interval than the distance between the line and the first DC power line of the positive polarity.

Therefore, the present invention can receive the AC power input to both ends of the existing fluorescent lamp, so as to adopt the electrode terminal of the existing fluorescent lamp as it is supplied with power, thereby providing convenience without the need to change the structure.

In addition, the present invention is formed by minimizing the diameter of the fixing piece insertion hole in the narrow bar-shaped LED panel and then combines the LED panel to the housing using the fixing piece to improve assembly and productivity.

Furthermore, the insulation coating is secured after minimizing the diameter of the fixing piece insertion hole formed in the LED panel to maximize the width of the wiring between AC / DC power patterns, thereby securing the insulation breakdown voltage of the LED panel, thereby improving insulation. .

In the present invention, even if the lighting apparatus is used in a cold environment, it is possible to prevent the electronic components from being damaged due to condensation moisture.

1 is a perspective view of a bar-type LED lighting apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention,
Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view of the bar type LED lighting apparatus of Figure 1,
3 is a reference diagram showing a power pattern of the LED panel of FIG.
4a to 4c are perspective views for explaining the coupling state of the LED panel of FIG.
4D is a cross-sectional view taken along line II of FIG. 4C.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 1 to 4D.

1 is a perspective view of a bar type LED lighting apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view of the bar type LED lighting apparatus of Figure 1, Figure 3 is a power line pattern of the LED panel of Figure 2 It is also a reference diagram showing.

1 to 3, the bar-shaped LED lighting device 1 of the present invention is coupled to the pipe-shaped housing 10, both ends of the housing 10, the electrode coupled to the socket provided in the fluorescent lamp A first and second caps 40 and 50 having terminals 41 and 51, an LED panel 20 coupled to one side of the housing 10 and mounted with a plurality of LEDs 21; The cover includes a transparent cover 60 and a power supply panel 70 installed inside the housing 10.

The bar type LED lighting device 1 including the LED panel 20 as described above will be described in more detail.

The bar type LED lighting device 10 includes a pipe-shaped housing 10, a bar-shaped LED panel 20 coupled to the housing 10, and a first end coupled to both ends of the housing 10. And second caps 40 and 50.

The housing 10 receives an AC power input from the electrode terminals 41 and 51 of the first and second caps 40 and 50 coupled to a general fluorescent lamp socket therein, and converts the AC power into a DC power LED ( 21 is a power supply panel 70, that is, AC / DC converter is supplied.

In order to seal the power supply panel 70, the power supply panel 70 may be sealed using a sealing means, for example, an insulating tape, and the hollow part 12 of the housing in which the power supply panel 70 is accommodated. Can be molded with a sealing material.

In addition, the housing 10 includes a plurality of LEDs 21 electrically connected to the power supply panel 70 to emit light and are mounted along a length direction and fastened and fixed within the LED receiving portion 14. This insert is formed.

In addition, the housing 10 is coupled to a transparent cover 60 formed on the top of the LED receiving portion 14 to cover them to protect the LED panel 20.

The housing 10 has a substantially pipe shape and is formed to extend in the longitudinal direction through the center thereof to form a hollow portion 12 in which the power supply panel 70 is accommodated, and an LED accommodating portion having an upper portion and a front portion opened at an upper side thereof. 14 is formed. In addition, channel side grooves 13 for inserting and fixing a pair of LED panels 20 in the longitudinal direction are formed at both side surfaces of the LED accommodating portion 14 of the housing 10.

The LED panel 20 is slidably coupled to a pair of channel-shaped grooves 13 formed at both ends of the LED accommodating portion 14 of the housing, and the LED panel 20 has a pair of flanges 32 at both sides. A pair of flanges 32 are press-fitted to a pair of channel-shaped grooves 13 using one fixing piece 30 to be fixed.

The pair of channel-type grooves 13 are each composed of a first channel in which the LED panel 20 is slidingly coupled and a second channel in which the flange 32 of the fixing piece 30 is coupled.

Of course, the cover inner groove 15 (see Fig. 4d) is formed in the upper inner surface of the LED receiving portion 14 so that the bar-shaped cover 60 made of a curved cross section can be fitted and coupled. The material of the cover 60 is preferably made of a transparent acrylic material, but is not limited to the material in the present invention.

 In addition, a plurality of heat dissipation fins 11 are formed in the longitudinal direction along the outer circumferential surface of the housing 10 surrounding the hollow part 12 to widen the area of the outer circumferential surface to thereby view heat generated from the plurality of LEDs 21. Efficient heat dissipation can further increase the role of the heat sink.

The first and second caps 40 and 50 are coupled to both open ends of the housing 10 and have respective electrode terminals 41 and 51 for receiving AC power from a socket of a fluorescent lamp. Angle changing means is coupled to adjust the irradiation angle of the panel 20.

First, the first cap 40 is composed of a cap housing 44 and the cap cover 43. The female connector 47, the male connector 46, and the power relay panel 49 fixed to one end of the power supply panel 70 are inserted into the cap housing 44. In addition, the cap cover 43 is formed with a terminal PCB 48 on one side and an electrode terminal 41 on the other side.

Here, the male connector 46 is connected to the female connector 47 and is inserted and fixed to the connector receiving portion 47a provided on one side of the cap housing 44.

The power relay panel 49 has a fixing hole 49c guided to the fixing protrusion 44b provided on the other side of the cap housing 44 to be inserted into the cap housing 44 to be sealed.

The inner circumferential surface of the cap housing 44 is formed with a circular groove in the portion where the cap cover 43 is coupled. Therefore, the cap cover 43 is fixed to the cap housing 44 by snap coupling. As a result, the cap cover 43 is rotatable in the assembled state to the cap housing 44.

In addition, the cap cover 43 is formed with angle adjusting holes 42a, 42b, 42c along the circumference for changing the irradiation angle of the LED 21, any of the angle adjusting holes 42a, 42b, 42c. The angle is adjusted by screw assembly so that one hole and the angle fixing hole 44a constituting the inner circumferential surface of the fixing protrusion 44b of the cap housing 44 communicate with each other.

In this case, if the angle adjustment hole (42b) located in the center is assembled to match the fixing projection (44b), the assembly is made in a normal state, if the angle adjustment hole (42a) is assembled to match the fixing projection (44b) half In the clockwise direction, for example, the irradiation direction of the LED 21 at 30 degrees to 45 degrees is changed.

That is, the angle changing means is coupled to both ends of the housing and the cylindrical cap housing 44 and the outer side of the cap housing 44 having a fixing protrusion 44b having an angle fixing hole 44a formed in the inner circumference thereof. A cap cover 43 having at least one angle adjustment hole 42a, 42b, 42c snap-coupled to an end and rotatably supported and set to coincide with the angle fixing hole 44a; And a fixing screw (not shown) for maintaining the set irradiation angle of the LED lighting device by fastening one angle adjusting hole selected to coincide with the angle fixing hole 44a and the angle fixing holes 42a, 42b, and 42c. It includes.

On the other hand, the power relay panel 49 is composed of a sensor PCB (49a), a variable resistor (49b) and an optical sensor (49e), the variable resistance control portion 49d protrudes on the upper portion of the variable resistor (49b) And a fixing hole 49c for fixing to the cap housing 44 under the sensor PCB 49a.

The light sensor 49e is installed to sense the light intensity of the area where the lighting device 1 is installed, and can automatically turn off the lighting device 1 according to the light sensing result. For example, it can be used to turn off the lighting device 1 when it is daytime. In addition, the variable resistance controller 49d may adjust the light intensity of the LED 21 by adjusting the resistance value of the variable resistor 49b to set the light intensity desired by the user.

For example, the variable resistor 49b may achieve a power saving effect by differently adjusting the brightness of the relatively bright window and the relatively dark inner side at the place where the plurality of lighting devices 1 are installed.

Similarly, the second cap 50 has the same configuration as the first cap 40 except for the power relay panel 49. That is, the second cap 50 is equipped with a cap housing 54, the terminal PCB 55 on one side and the electrode terminal 51 on the other side, and forms the angle adjusting holes (52a, 52b, 52c) It consists of a cap cover 53.

One AC power input from the electrode terminal 41 of the first cap 40 is first transmitted to the terminal PCB 48, and the terminal PCB 48 is connected to the sensor PCB 49a through a lead wire (not shown). Delivered. The other AC power input from the electrode terminal 51 of the second cap 50 is connected to the sensor PCB 49a through the terminal PCB 55, the lead wire, and the AC power line 24 formed on the LED panel 20. Is delivered.

The outer peripheral surface of the cap housing 44 is provided with an optical sensor hole 45a facing the optical sensor 49e and a variable resistance adjusting hole 45b facing the variable resistance adjusting portion 49d.

A male connector 46 is mounted on the sensor PCB 48, and a pair of AC power is connected to the female connector 47 mounted on the power supply panel 70 through the male connector 46 to supply a power supply panel ( 70).

On the other hand, the power supply panel 70 is mounted with a conversion circuit element 71 including an AC / DC conversion circuit for converting AC (AC) power of general 110-220V into DC (DC) power, preferably insulated. It is fixed to the hollow part 12 inside the housing 10 in a state wrapped with a film or the like.

The power supply panel 70 receives AC power from each of the electrode terminals 41 and 51 of the first and second caps 40 and 50, converts it into DC power, and converts it into DC power. Then, it is applied to the (+) and (-) DC power lines (25, 26) of the LED panel 20 through a lead wire (not shown). The plurality of LEDs 21 electrically connected to the DC power lines 25 and 26 emit light stably.

Here, the power supply panel 70 is connected to receive the AC power directly from the electrode terminal 41 of the first cap 40, the LED panel from the electrode terminal 51 of the second cap 50. It is connected to receive the input through the AC power line 24 patterned in (20).

The bar type LED lighting device 1 of the present invention has a pipe-shaped housing 10 of which diameter is limited to approximately 20 mm in order to use an existing fluorescent lamp or a pair of fluorescent lamp sockets and thus is inserted into the upper portion of the housing 10. The width of the LED panel 20 also has a narrow bar shape correspondingly.

Both ends of the housing 10 are coupled to existing fluorescent lamp sockets to form an AC power line 24 in the narrow LED panel 20 to receive AC power from the electrode terminals 41 and 51.

In addition, the power supply panel 70 receives the AC power through the AC power line 24 of the LED panel 20 is converted into DC power to be supplied to the LED panel 20 is built into the interior of the housing separate Non-insulated type with no external ground.

Therefore, since the power supply panel 70 is composed of a non-insulated type, the LED panel 20 must secure 3 kV or more, which is three times higher than that of an insulating type device according to the International Standard (IEC). Therefore, it is required to form the fixing piece insertion hole 22 having the minimum diameter so as to ensure the maximum width between the power lines in the LED panel 20 for insulation.

In the following description, the fixing piece insertion hole 22 is formed as an example. However, the fixing piece insertion hole 22 may be omitted, and a bond may be bonded using a thermal paste, a thermal pad, a thermal grease or a thermal epoxy. Do.

As shown in FIG. 3, the LED panel 20 has an LED bonding pad 28 formed thereon such that a plurality of LEDs 21 are mounted using the LED PCB 23 as a lower substrate, and a plurality of LEDs 21 thereon. ) Is implemented. In addition, in the LED panel 20, AC power lines 24 for applying AC power input from the electrode terminal 51 of the second cap 50 to the power supply panel 70 are patterned in a straight line shape. (+) And (-) DC power lines 25 and 26 for supplying the DC power input from the power supply panel 70 to the plurality of LEDs 21 are patterned.

A plurality of LEDs are directly connected to the (+) and (-) DC power lines 25 and 26, and for this purpose, the (-) DC power line 26 is formed in a linear pattern, and the (+) DC power line Reference numeral 25 is separated for each portion on which the LED 21 is mounted, and a bonding pad 28 without an insulating film is formed at the end of the separated opposite (+) DC power supply line 25.

In addition, a plurality of heat dissipation patterns 27 for conducting / dissipating heat generated from the LED 21 by contacting a portion of the LED 21 between the (+) DC power line 25 and the AC power line 24. ) Is formed intermittently.

In the space between the heat dissipation pattern 27, a fixing piece insertion hole 22 into which the insertion protrusion 31 of the fixing piece 30 for fixing the LED panel 20 to the housing 10 is inserted is formed. (See FIG. 4A).

The fixing piece 30 is preferably manufactured using a synthetic resin that is an insulating material.

The DC power lines 25 and 26 and the heat dissipation pattern 27 are partially cut to form a fixing piece insertion hole 22 formed at predetermined intervals, and are partially used as the LED bonding pads 28. The LED 21 is mounted on the top. The upper part of the LED panel 20 in which such patterns are formed is insulated by an insulation coating or the like to form a final LED panel 20 in which a plurality of LEDs 21 are mounted. In order to increase the insulation breakdown voltage, the LED panel 20 is coated with an insulating material on both the upper surface and the both sides on which the LED is mounted.

In addition, the heat dissipation pattern 27 formed between the AC power line 24 and the DC power lines 25 and 26 serves as a heat sink to dissipate heat generated from the LED 21.

In addition, the LED panel 20 is formed with a fixing piece insertion hole 22 having a diameter of approximately 1mm at predetermined intervals for fixing the LED panel 20 to the housing 10.

The bar type LED lighting device 1 of the present invention uses a pipe-shaped housing 10 of which diameter is limited to approximately 20 mm in order to use an existing fluorescent lamp, so that the LED is inserted into and coupled to one side of the outer circumference of the housing 10. The width of the panel 20 is also correspondingly set to a narrow width L 1 , for example 12 mm.

In this case, since the diameter L 4 of the fixing piece insertion hole 22 is, for example, 1 mm, the distance L 2 between the fixing piece insertion hole 22 and the AC power line 24 is 1.6 mm. The distance L 3 between the piece insertion hole 22 and the DC power supply line 25 is also 1.6 mm. Further, the distance L 1 between the AC power line 24 and the edge (side) of the LED panel 20 and the distance L 5 between the DC power line 26 and the edge (side) of the LED panel 20. 3mm is secured each.

In the bar-shaped LED panel 20 in which the plurality of light emitting diodes 21 are mounted, the fixing piece 30 corresponding to the fixing piece insertion hole 22 is forcedly coupled to the channel in the LED accommodating part 14. It is fastened in a state fitted in the mold groove (13).

As the LED panel 20 is formed, the distance between each power line, the distance between the power line and the edge of the LED panel, the distance between the fixing insertion hole and the power line, and the distance to the housing are secured. The insulation breakdown voltage of the LED panel 20 to be guaranteed in the power supply panel 70 is secured to 3 kV to improve insulation.

In addition, when the insulation coating is applied to the LED panel 20 thus formed by various methods described below, it was confirmed that the insulation breakdown voltage was secured to 3.5 kV or more.

First of all, in the case of a paraline coating, a paraline coating is performed on the front surface of the LED panel 20. The parallel coating is coated with a uniform thickness up to the edge portion of the lens (not shown) having the curvature of the LED 21. The paraline coating is dried for 4-6 hours after the paraline addition. After the parallel coating was completed, the dielectric breakdown voltage of each of the above-described portions L1 to L5 was measured, and the dielectric breakdown voltage of 3.5 to 4.0 kV was measured.

In the case of spray coating, spray coating may be performed using a liquid polymer on the front surface of the LED panel 20. Spray coating is performed on the front of the LED panel 20 and dried at 90 ° C for 10 minutes. After the spray coating was completed, the insulation breakdown voltage was measured, and the insulation breakdown voltage of 3.5kV-4.0kV was measured.

Finally, in the case of silicone coating, after molding with silicon, dried at room temperature and heat-treated at 90 ℃ 10 minutes. After the silicon coating was completed, the insulation breakdown voltage was measured, and an insulation breakdown voltage of 3.5 kV was measured.

As described above, the LED panel has an insulation voltage of 3.5 kV or more when additional insulation coating is performed, and when using a non-insulation type power supply using 220 V AC power, 3 kV insulation required by IEC (International Standard) is required. It was confirmed that the pressure resistance requirement could be sufficiently satisfied.

Meanwhile, a state in which the LED panel 20 is coupled to the housing 10 through the fixing piece 30 will be described with reference to FIGS. 4A to 4D.

4A to 4C are perspective views illustrating a coupling state of the LED panel of FIG. 2, and FIG. 4D is a sectional view taken along line II of FIG. 4C.

4A to 4D, the fixing piece 30 includes an elliptical flange 32 and a protrusion 33 above the flange 32. And the fixing piece 30 has a pair of jig insertion hole 34 for inserting the assembly jig through the projection 33, the lower portion of the flange 32 between the pair of jig insertion hole 34 The fixing protrusion 31 protrudes.

On the upper portion of the hollow part 12 of the housing 10, channel-shaped grooves 13 having both ends opened are formed to face in the longitudinal direction, and sliding both sides of the LED panel 20 in the channel-shaped grooves 13 are inserted. Primary assembly takes place. Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 4B, the flange 32 of the fixing piece 30 is aligned in the longitudinal direction of the channel groove 13 in the fixing piece insertion hole 22 formed at a predetermined interval in the LED panel 20. Insertion projection 31 of the fixing piece 30 is inserted in the longitudinal direction to be press-fitted.

An insertion protrusion 31 having the same diameter as the fixing piece insertion hole 22 is formed at the lower portion of the fixing piece 30, and is press-fitted to the fixing piece insertion hole 22. In this state, when the fixing piece 30 is rotated 90 degrees as shown in FIG. 4C, as shown in FIG. 4D, both ends of the flange 32 of the fixing piece 30 are moved into the channel-type groove 13. The LED panel 20 is fixed by being coupled to the secondary.

As described above, the present invention forms an AC power pattern on the LED panel for driving the LED and receives the AC power from both ends of the existing fluorescent lamp, so as to supply the DC power supply terminal of the same structure as the conventional straight fluorescent lamp Adopted as it is to be supplied with power.

In addition, it is possible to improve insulation by minimizing the fastening hole in the LED panel by using a fixing piece that can be forcedly coupled to the LED panel in the housing. The angle can be adjusted easily.

The lighting device of the present invention is applied to a bar-shaped LED lighting device that can use a fluorescent lamp or a fluorescent lamp socket installed in an existing building by replacing the existing fluorescent lamp having a two-pin electrode terminal.

1: LED lighting device 10: housing
11: heat sink fin 12: hollow part
13: channel groove 14: LED housing
20: LED panel 21: LED
22: fixing piece insertion hole 24: AC power line
25,26: DC power line 27: heat dissipation pattern
28: LED bonding pad 30: fixed piece
40: first cap 50: second cap
41,51: electrode terminal
42a, 42b, 42c, 52a, 52b, 52c: Angle adjusting hole
43,53: Cap cover 44,54: Cap housing
44a: angle fixing hole 44b: fixing protrusion
45a: optical sensor hole 45b: variable resistance adjusting hole
46: male connector 47: female connector
47a: Connector housing 48: Terminal PCB
49: power relay panel 49a: sensor PCB
49b: variable resistor 49c: fixed hole
49d: variable resistance controller 49e: optical sensor
60: cover 70: power supply panel
71: driving circuit element

Claims (22)

  1. A housing having a hollow portion and having an LED receiving portion formed at one outer surface thereof, and having open ends;
    First and second caps respectively coupled to open ends of the housing and having two pin-type electrode terminals to receive AC power;
    A power supply panel embedded in the hollow part of the housing for converting the AC power input from the first and second caps into DC power;
    A plurality of LEDs mounted along a length direction, one AC power source arranged to one side of the plurality of LEDs, for supplying AC power applied from one of the first and second cap electrode terminals to the power supply panel. An LED panel arranged on a line and the other side of the plurality of LEDs, the first and second DC power lines configured to apply DC power for driving the plurality of LEDs are mounted on a substrate and coupled to the LED receiver; And
    Both ends are coupled to the LED receiving portion of the housing includes a transparent cover for protecting the LED panel,
    The LED panel is slidingly coupled to a pair of channel-shaped grooves formed at both ends of the LED receiving portion of the housing,
    The LED panel is a bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that by using a fixing piece having a pair of flanges on both sides by pressing a pair of flanges to a pair of channel-type grooves.
  2. A housing having a hollow portion and having an LED receiving portion formed at one outer surface thereof, and having open ends;
    First and second caps respectively coupled to open ends of the housing and having two pin-type electrode terminals to receive AC power;
    A plurality of LEDs mounted along a longitudinal direction, one AC power line arranged at one side of the plurality of LEDs, and for transferring an AC power applied from an electrode terminal of any one of the first and second caps; An LED panel arranged on the other side of the LED and mounted with a first and second DC power lines to which the DC power for driving the plurality of LEDs is applied on a substrate and coupled to the LED receiving portion;
    A power supply panel for converting and supplying AC power, which is embedded in the hollow part of the housing, into DC power; And
    Power relay that delivers the AC power applied from the AC power line and the other electrode terminal of the first and second caps to the power supply panel and delivers DC power to the first and second DC power lines of the LED panel. Bar type LED lighting device comprising a panel.
  3. The LED panel of claim 2, wherein both ends of the LED panel are slidably coupled to a pair of channel-shaped grooves formed at an LED receiving portion of the housing.
    The LED panel is a bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that by using a fixing piece having a pair of flanges on both sides by pressing a pair of flanges to a pair of channel-type grooves.
  4. The method of claim 3, wherein the fixing piece
    A pair of flanges protruding on both sides;
    A protrusion protruding upward between the pair of flanges and having a pair of jig insertion holes; And
    Including a fixing protrusion protruding downward between the pair of flanges,
    The fixing projection is a bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that coupled to the fixing piece insertion hole formed in the LED panel to act as a pivot axis when the fixing piece swings.
  5. The bar type LED lighting apparatus of claim 3, wherein each of the pair of channel recesses comprises a first channel in which the LED panel is slidably coupled and a second channel in which the flange of the fixing piece is coupled.
  6. The bar type LED lighting device of claim 1, further comprising sealing means surrounding the power supply panel to seal the power supply panel.
  7. The bar type LED lighting device according to claim 1, 2 or 6, wherein the hollow part of the housing in which the power supply panel is accommodated is molded with a sealing material to seal the power supply panel.
  8. The bar type LED illuminating device according to claim 1 or 2, further comprising angle changing means for changing the light irradiation angle of the LED illuminating device to a predetermined angle.
  9. The method of claim 8, wherein the angle changing means
    A cylindrical cap housing coupled to both ends of the housing and having a fixing protrusion having an angle fixing hole formed at an inner circumference thereof;
    A cap cover snap-coupled to an outer end of the cap housing and rotatably supported and having at least one angle adjusting hole set to coincide with the angle fixing hole; And
    Bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that the fixing screw for maintaining the set irradiation angle of the LED lighting device by fastening the angle fixing hole selected to match the angle fixing hole and the angle fixing hole.
  10. The method of claim 2, wherein the first and second caps are respectively
    A cylindrical cap housing coupled to both ends of the housing and having a fixing protrusion for setting a coupling position of the power relay panel at an inner circumference thereof;
    And a cap cover coupled to an outer end of the cap housing, the cap cover including a terminal PCB protruding through the pair of pin-shaped electrode terminals and fixedly supporting the pair of electrode terminals on the inner side thereof.
  11. 11. The apparatus of claim 10, further comprising: a variable resistor installed on the power relay panel to adjust the light intensity of the LED lighting device; And
    Bar type LED lighting apparatus further comprises a variable resistance adjusting hole provided in the cap housing of the position opposite to the variable resistor in order to adjust the resistance value of the variable resistor.
  12. 11. The apparatus of claim 10, further comprising: an optical sensor installed at the power relay panel and configured to sense light intensity in the surroundings; And
    Bar type LED lighting device further comprises an optical sensor hole provided in the cap housing of the position facing the optical sensor.
  13. The method according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the LED panel
    A bar substrate formed of a metal material;
    An AC power line arranged along one side of the substrate and configured to supply AC power applied from one of the electrode terminals of the first and second caps to the power supply panel;
    First and second DC power lines arranged along the other side of the substrate and applying DC power to drive the plurality of LEDs; And
    And a plurality of LEDs arranged at intervals along the substrate and driven in series with first and second DC power lines.
  14. The bar type LED lighting apparatus of claim 13, wherein the AC power line and the second DC power line having a negative polarity disposed outside are arranged at a distance of at least 3 mm from both sides of the substrate. .
  15. The lower portion of the LED of claim 13, wherein the lower portion of the LED is connected to the AC power line and the first DC power line having a positive polarity disposed therebetween and connected in series with the first DC power line having a positive polarity. Bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that it further comprises a plurality of heat dissipation patterns are in contact with each side of the surface to radiate heat.
  16. The method of claim 15, wherein the LED panel comprises a plurality of fixing piece insertion holes coupled to the fixing projections of the plurality of fixing pieces to secure the LED panel to the housing,
    The plurality of heat dissipation patterns of the bar type, characterized in that separated by a gap larger than the interval between the AC power line and the first DC power line of the positive polarity at each position where the fixing piece insertion hole is formed. LED lighting.
  17. The LED lighting device of claim 13, wherein the LED panel is coated with an insulating material on both top and side surfaces of which the LED is mounted to increase insulation breakdown voltage.
  18. The bar type LED lighting device according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the two-pin electrode terminal of the LED lighting device is used in combination with a socket of a fluorescent lamp.
  19. In the LED panel for LED lighting device having a non-insulated AC / DC converter inside the housing coupled to the LED receiving portion formed on one side of the housing,
    A bar substrate formed of a metal material;
    One AC arranged along one side of the substrate to supply AC power applied to the AC / DC converter from an electrode terminal provided in one of the first and second caps coupled to both ends of the housing. Power line;
    First and second DC power lines arranged along the other side of the substrate and to which DC power supplied from the AC / DC converter is applied to drive an LED; And
    A plurality of LEDs arranged at intervals along the substrate and driven in series with first and second DC power lines;
    The LED panel LED panel for bar type LED lighting device characterized in that it has a plurality of fixing piece insertion holes coupled to the fixing projections of the plurality of fixing pieces to fix the LED panel to the housing.
  20. 20. The bar type LED lighting device of claim 19, wherein the AC power line and the second DC power line having a negative polarity disposed outside are arranged at a distance of at least 3 mm from both sides of the substrate. LED panel.
  21. 20. The LED of claim 19, wherein the lower portion of the LED is formed at a distance between the AC power line and a first DC power line having a positive polarity disposed therein, and connected in series to the first DC power line having a positive polarity. LED panel for a bar type LED lighting device, characterized in that it further comprises a plurality of heat dissipation patterns are in contact with each side of the surface to radiate heat.
  22. 22. The method of claim 21, wherein the plurality of heat dissipation patterns are separated at a greater interval than the distance between the AC power line and the first DC power line of the positive polarity at each position where the fixing piece insertion hole is formed. LED panel for bar type LED lighting equipment characterized by the above-mentioned.
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