KR101317429B1 - LED assemblely having cooler using a heatpipe - Google Patents

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KR101317429B1
KR101317429B1 KR1020070010134A KR20070010134A KR101317429B1 KR 101317429 B1 KR101317429 B1 KR 101317429B1 KR 1020070010134 A KR1020070010134 A KR 1020070010134A KR 20070010134 A KR20070010134 A KR 20070010134A KR 101317429 B1 KR101317429 B1 KR 101317429B1
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남영우
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Abstract

The present invention relates to an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe, comprising a working fluid in a sealed state, and having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface having a cylindrical shape, and the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface. A heat pipe having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating through the at least one LED, and coupled to the heat absorbing surface of the heat pipe to transfer heat generated when the LED is operated to the heat pipe, LED assembly coupled to the wire connected through the heat pipe through the through hole. A heat dissipation unit coupled to a side surface of the heat pipe and dissipating heat transferred to the heat pipe to the outside, and an electrical connection unit coupled to an electric wire passing through a through hole of the heat pipe, and coupled to an external electric source; Characterized in that the made up.

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LED lighting assembly with cooling device using heat pipes {LED assemblely having cooler using a heatpipe}

1 is a perspective view of an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to an embodiment of the present invention,

FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line II-II of FIG. 1;

3 is a schematic plan view of an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using the heat pipe of FIG.

4 is a perspective view of an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to another embodiment of the present invention;

5 is a perspective view of an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to another embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 6 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line VI-VI of FIG. 5;

FIG. 7 is a view illustrating a heat dissipation unit having a form different from that of a heat dissipation unit provided in the LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using the heat pipe of FIG. 5;

8 is a perspective view of a heat pipe of an embodiment according to the present invention;

9 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along the line VII-VII of FIG. 8;

10 to 16 are views for explaining the manufacturing method of the heat pipe shown in FIG.

17 is a perspective view of a body of a heat pipe according to the present invention;

18 is a longitudinal sectional view of the body of FIG. 17;

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1 ... LED lighting assembly with cooling device using heat pipe

10 ... heat pipe 12 ... endothermic surface

14 ... sealing side 16 ... side

20 ... LED combination 21 ... LED

22 ... PCB 26 ... Wire

30 ... heat dissipation part 32 ... cylindrical part

34 ... cooling fins 40 ... electrical connections

The present invention relates to an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe, and more particularly to an LED lighting assembly capable of effectively cooling the heat generated from the LED using the heat pipe.

The present invention also relates to a heat pipe employed in an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using the heat pipe and a method of manufacturing the heat pipe.

LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a kind of semiconductor and uses electric phenomenon that electric energy is converted into light energy when voltage is applied. Light fixture using LED is mainly used as lighting equipment. Compared to incandescent lamps, power consumption is low and various colors can be realized.

However, there is a problem that the LED lighting apparatus currently used does not effectively cool the heat generated by the LED in operation.

The present invention is to solve the above problems, by providing a cooling device using a heat pipe of a new structure in the LED lighting assembly, having a cooling device using a heat pipe that can effectively cool the heat generated from the LED. The purpose is to provide an LED lighting assembly.

In order to achieve the above technical problem, the LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to the present invention is provided with a working fluid in a sealed state, and has a cylindrical shape having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface, A heat pipe having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface, and at least one LED, the heat absorbing surface of the heat pipe to transfer heat generated during operation of the LED to the heat pipe; And coupled to the LED coupled to the wire connected to the LED through the heat pipe through the through hole and the heat dissipation unit coupled to the side of the heat pipe to dissipate heat transferred to the heat pipe to the outside and the It is coupled to the wire passed through the through-hole of the heat pipe, the electrical connection that can be coupled to an external electrical source; The features.

On the other hand, the heat dissipation portion is preferably made of a cylindrical portion coupled to the cylindrical heat pipe is coupled to the cylindrical portion formed in the vertical length direction and a plurality of cooling fins spaced apart along the circumferential direction of the cylindrical portion. Do.

In addition, the cylindrical portion and the plurality of cooling fins are preferably formed integrally.

On the other hand, the heat dissipation portion is preferably a plurality of cooling fins spaced apart in the vertical direction on the side of the heat pipe.

The LED assembly includes a metal PCB, and an LED is mounted on one side of the PCB, and the other side thereof is coupled to an endothermic surface of the heat pipe, so that heat generated from the LED is transferred through the PCB. It is desirable to be delivered to the heat pipe.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a perspective view of an LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view taken along line II-II of Figure 1, Figure 3 is a heat of Figure 1 A schematic plan view of an LED lighting assembly with a cooling device using a pipe.

LED lighting assembly (1) having a cooling device using a heat pipe of the embodiment according to the present invention, comprises a heat pipe 10, LED assembly 20, the heat dissipation portion 30 and the electrical connection portion 40. have.

The heat pipe 10 serves to quickly transfer heat generated from the LED 21 of the LED assembly 20 to the heat dissipation unit 30. The heat pipe 10 is shown in cross section in FIG. 2, but will be described with reference to FIGS. 8 and 9, which show only the heat pipe 10 separately. However, the heat pipe 10 shown in Figs. 1 and 2 and the heat pipe 10 shown in Figs. 8 and 9 are opposite to each other in the vertical direction.

The heat pipe 10 is sealed in a vacuum in its internal space, and contains a working fluid therein. The heat pipe 10 has a cylindrical shape as a whole, and has a heat absorbing surface 12, a sealing surface 14, and a side surface 16.

9, the heat absorbing surface 12 refers to the lower surface of the heat absorbing cap 50, and the sealing surface 14 refers to the upper surface of the sealing cap 52.

The heat absorbing surface 12 and the sealing surface 14 are formed with through holes 11 therethrough. That is, the through-hole 11 is completely formed in the center portion of the heat pipe 10 in the vertical direction from the upper surface to the lower surface. Such a shape of the heat pipe 10 may be referred to as a hollow heat pipe.

The through hole 11 is formed by the inner tube member 18. 9, the sintered wicks 58 and 60 are provided on the upper surface of the heat absorbing cap 50 and the inner surface 190 of the outer tube member 19, respectively. On the other hand, in this embodiment, the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 is also provided with a sintered wick 62 formed by sintering metal powder. However, the sintered wick 62 provided in the inner tube member 18 may not be provided in some cases. In this case, the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 means a side facing the inner space 100 of the heat pipe in both side surfaces of the inner tube member 18.

The heat pipe 10 includes an inner space 100 surrounded by an inner tube member 18, an outer tube member 19, a heat absorbing cap 50, and a sealing cap 52. The interior space 100 is in a vacuum state and contains a working fluid.

1 and 2, the LED assembly 20 includes an LED 21, a printed circuit board 22, and a wire 26.

In the case of the present embodiment, the LED 21 is a type that is mounted on the PCB 22 as a device form, not a bulb, and is provided in plurality. The LED 21 generates heat during operation, and the heat is transmitted to the heat absorbing surface 12 of the heat pipe 10.

In this embodiment, the PCB 22 is made of a metal having good thermal conductivity, for example, aluminum. Referring to FIG. 2, one side (upper surface) of the metal PCB 22 is coated with an insulating film or the like for circuit configuration, and a plurality of LEDs 21 are mounted on one side.

The other side (lower surface) of the PCB 22 is coupled to the heat absorbing surface 12 of the heat pipe 10. Therefore, heat generated in the LEDs 22 is quickly and effectively transferred to the heat absorbing surface 12 of the heat pipe 10 through the metal PCB 22.

In the present embodiment, a thermal pad 24 is additionally provided between the PCB 22 and the heat absorbing surface 12 of the heat pipe. The thermal pad 24 enables better heat transfer between both surfaces regardless of the roughness of the contact surface between the PCB 22 and the heat absorbing surface 12.

The electric wire 26 supplies electricity to the LED 21. One end of the wire 26 is coupled to the center of the PCB 22, the center of which is electrically connected to the LED 21 mounted on the PCB 22 by a circuit. As shown in FIG. 2, since the through hole 11 is provided in the heat pipe 10, the electric wire 26 has an inner space that is not outside the heat pipe 10 through the through hole 11. It is provided to extend to the sealing surface 14 through. One end of the wire 26 is preferably coupled to the PCB 22 at the position just above the through hole 11. Although the other end of the wire 26 is not specifically illustrated in FIG. 2, it is electrically connected to an electrical connector 40 to be described later. On the other hand, in the present embodiment, the LED is an example of the device type, but any type of LED other than the device type may be used.

The heat dissipation unit 30 is coupled to the side surface 16 of the heat pipe 10 and receives heat transferred from the LED 21 to the heat pipe again and radiates to the outside atmosphere to cool.

In the present embodiment, the heat dissipation unit 30 includes a cylindrical portion 32 and a cooling fin 34.

1 to 3, the cylindrical portion 32 is a portion that is fitted to the side 16 of the cylindrical heat pipe 10 is coupled. That is, the cylindrical part 32 is made into the pipe shape so that the internal diameter may be substantially the same as the outer diameter of the heat pipe 10, and it fits and fits to the heat pipe 10, and is combined. Cylindrical portion 32 and side 16 may be joined to each other by separate additional welding or soldering.

The cooling fins 34 are formed in the cylindrical portion 32 in the vertical length direction, and a plurality of the cooling fins 34 are arranged at regular intervals along the circumferential direction of the cylindrical portion 32.

In the present embodiment, the cylindrical portion 32 and the cooling fins 34 are integrally formed (see FIG. 3). The cylindrical portion 32 and the cooling fins 34 may be integrally formed by extrusion of a thermally conductive metal such as aluminum or by a die casting method.

The electrical connection part 40 is coupled to the other end of the electric wire 26 passing through the through hole 11 of the heat pipe 10. The electrical connection unit 40 may be coupled to an external electricity supply (not shown), and is coupled to the electricity supply to supply electricity required for light emission to the LED 21. In the present embodiment, the electrical connection portion 40 is of a screw base type (general incandescent lamp), such that it is coupled to the socket to which the ordinary incandescent lamp is fastened so as to be connected to electricity.

In addition, in the present embodiment, if the electricity source is 220 volts AC, since the LEDs 21 emit 12 volts of direct current, the alternating current is changed to the direct current of the required voltage inside the electrical connection portion 40. It is preferable to incorporate a transformer (not shown).

On the other hand, in the present embodiment, for example, the electrical connection portion 40 is a screw base type, but in another embodiment, the electrical connection may be variously modified. That is, the electrical connection may be formed in the form of a plug or a connector coupled to the outlet.

According to the LED lighting assembly (1) having a cooling device using a heat pipe according to an embodiment of the present invention described above, the heat generated from the LED using the heat pipe 10 and the heat dissipation unit 30, etc. It is possible to cool quickly and effectively.

In addition, the inside of the heat pipe 10 is provided with a through hole 11 that is drilled in the vertical direction, the electric wire 26 extending from the LED assembly 20 penetrates the through hole 11 and is located on the opposite side. It may be connected to the electrical connector 40. Therefore, since the wire 26 is not exposed to the outside of the assembly 1 at all, the appearance of the product is excellent, and the heat dissipation part 30 can be designed to have various shapes and volumes without interference of the wires, thereby providing cooling ability. Can be increased. As the cooling capacity is increased, the LED 21 can be provided with a larger number than a conventional product, so that a brighter lighting assembly can be realized. In addition, when the cooling is effected effectively, the effect of extending the life of the LED 21 can also be obtained than otherwise.

In addition, in the present embodiment, since the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 is also provided with a sintered wick 62 (see FIG. 9), a larger amount of heat can be efficiently and quickly transferred. However, if necessary, the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 may not include a sintered wick.

On the other hand, in the case of the LED lighting assembly 1 of the present embodiment, the cylindrical portion 32 and the cooling fins 34 of the heat dissipation portion 30 is an example is formed integrally, the present invention is limited to this It can be variously modified. That is, after the cylindrical portion and the cooling fins are manufactured separately, they may be combined with each other.

Meanwhile, FIG. 4 shows an LED lighting assembly 1a having a cooling device using the heat pipe of the second embodiment in which only the shape of the cooling fins is modified in comparison with the first embodiment. Comparing the present embodiment with the first embodiment, the shape of the cooling fins 34a of the heat dissipation unit 30a is different, except that the other configurations are the same.

5 and 6 show an LED lighting assembly 1b having a cooling device using the heat pipe of the third embodiment in which the heat dissipation portion is modified.

Comparing the present embodiment with the first embodiment, only the configuration of the heat dissipation unit 30b is different, and the rest of the configuration is the same. Therefore, only the configuration of the heat dissipation section 30b will be described below, and the description of the first embodiment is applied to other configurations.

The heat dissipation unit 30b of the present embodiment includes a plurality of cooling fins 34b spaced apart from each other in the vertical direction on the side surface 16 of the heat pipe 10. Referring to FIG. 6, thin metal cooling fins 34b are fitted in the horizontal direction on the side surface 16 of the heat pipe 10. Each cooling fin 34b has a disc shape, and a coupling hole 340b into which the heat pipe 10 is fitted is formed at the center thereof. Then, burrs 342b protruding to one side are formed along the circumference of the coupling hole 340b. Due to the burr 342b, the cooling fin 34b may have a larger contact area on the side surface 16 of the heat pipe 10 and may be coupled to the heat pipe 10. The cooling fin 34b is forcibly fitted to the heat pipe 10. Meanwhile, the cooling fins 34b may be coupled to the side surface 16 of the heat pipe 10 by soldering or the like, if necessary.

On the other hand, in Figure 7, the cooling fin 34c of the cooling fin 34c of the third embodiment is shown in a state in which the cooling fins 34c are coupled to the heat pipe 10. The cooling fins 34c have a smaller diameter than the cooling fins 34c disposed at the upper portion of the cooling fins 34c disposed at the lower portion thereof. The shape or arrangement of the cooling fins can be variously modified according to the space secured in the place where the lighting assembly is installed or the amount of heat dissipation desired.

8 and 9 show only the heat pipe 10 employed in the LED lighting assembly with the cooling device using the heat pipe described above. Duplicate description is omitted.

Referring to FIG. 9, the auxiliary pipe 54 is a portion for introducing a working fluid into the vacuum and the interior space 100 of the interior space 100. The auxiliary pipe 54 is sealed at its end after the vacuum and working fluid input operation. The heat absorbing cap 50 is provided with welding rings 502 and 504 on the outer and inner surfaces, respectively. The welding rings 502 and 504 are fitted into grooves provided to couple the heat absorbing cap 50 to one end of the inner tube member 18 and the outer tube member 19, and then, when sintering the metal powder therein. It is a part that is hardened after being melted by the applied heat.

On the other hand, the present invention, in the LED lighting assembly having a cooling device using the heat pipe described above, discloses a heat pipe having a through hole employed therein and a manufacturing method suitable for manufacturing the same.

The heat pipe of the present invention is a cylindrical heat pipe having a working fluid inside the sealed state and having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface, wherein a through hole penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface is formed. do.

On the other hand, the through hole is formed by an inner tube member provided to penetrate the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface, the inner tube member is a sinter formed by sintering metal powder on the inner surface facing the inner space of the heat pipe It is desirable to have a sintering wick.

In addition, the heat pipe manufacturing method of the present invention has a cylindrical shape having a working fluid inside the sealed state, and has a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface and a side surface, and by the inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface. A method of manufacturing a heat pipe having a through hole, the method comprising preparing a pipe member by cutting an outer pipe member having a relatively large diameter and an inner pipe member having a small diameter, respectively; Preparing a heat absorbing cap in the form of a disc having a coupling hole capable of, and positioning the inner tube member in the inner side of the outer tube member, and the endothermic cap is coupled to one end of the outer tube member and the inner tube member Endothermic cap coupling step; And, in the inner space formed by the endothermic cap, the outer tube member and the inner tube member, a cylindrical having a space for accommodating the inner tube member After filling the mandrel (mandrel) of the metal powder filling step of filling the metal powder in the space between the inner surface and the mandrel of the outer tube member and the endothermic cap and the mandrel; And, A sintering step of sintering metal powder to form a sintering wick; and a disc having at least one coupling hole into which the inner tube member can be fitted and an auxiliary tube for injecting vacuum and working fluid into the inner space. A sealing cap coupling step of preparing a sealing cap having a form, and coupling the sealing cap to the other ends of the outer tube member and the inner tube member; And a vacuum and working fluid injection step of sealing the auxiliary pipe after making the inner space into a vacuum of a predetermined level by using the auxiliary pipe provided in the sealing cap and injecting a working fluid into the inner space. Characterized in that made.

On the other hand, the metal powder filling step, it is preferable to include filling the metal powder in the space formed between the inner surface and the mandrel facing the inner space of the inner tube member.

The method for manufacturing a heat pipe according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a cylindrical shape having a working fluid in a sealed state, an endothermic surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface, and penetrating the endothermic surface and the sealing surface. It is a manufacturing method of a heat pipe in which a through hole is formed by a pipe member. That is, the heat pipe is a heat pipe described with respect to the above-described LED lighting assembly, and is characterized in that the through hole is provided at the center thereof.

10 to 16, a method of manufacturing the heat pipe shown in FIGS. 8 and 9 will be described. Reference numerals used herein are the same as those used in FIGS. 1 to 3, 8, and 9.

The heat pipe manufacturing method of this embodiment includes a pipe member preparation step, endothermic cap bonding step, metal powder filling step, sintering step, sealing cap coupling step and vacuum, working fluid injection step.

The pipe member preparation step is a step of preparing by cutting the outer tube member 19 having a relatively large diameter and the inner tube member 18 having a relatively small diameter to the same length, respectively. The material of the pipe member is copper (Cu).

Next, proceed to the endothermic cap bonding step.

Endothermic cap 50, referring to Figure 11, has a coupling hole 51 of the size that can be fitted to the inner tube member 18 near the central portion. The endothermic cap 50 is disc-shaped and copper.

After placing the inner tube member 18 and the inner tube member 19 inside the outer tube member 19, the endothermic cap 50 is attached to one end of the outer tube member 19 and the inner tube member 18. To combine. The combined state is the state shown in FIG. At this time, in the heat absorbing cap 50, grooves are formed along the circumferential surface of the outer and inner surfaces thereof, and welding rings 502 and 504 are respectively coupled to the grooves.

Next, the metal powder filling step and the sintering step will be described with reference to FIGS. 12 to 14.

A mandrel 102 is inserted into the inner space 100 formed by the heat absorbing cap 50, the outer tube member 19, and the inner tube member 18 (see FIG. 12). The mandrel is an aid to limit the space for filling metal powder. The mandrel 102 has a space 104 in the center thereof for accommodating the inner tube member 18. In other words, the shape of the mandrel 102 is generally cylindrical, and a space 104 is formed therein in the longitudinal direction.

The mandrel 102 is inserted into the inner space 100, and between the outer tube member 19, the inner tube member 18, and the mandrel 102 between respective inner surfaces of the heat absorbing cap 50. It forms a space in which metal powder can be filled.

Then, the space between the inner surface 190 and the mandrel 102 of the outer tube member 19, the space between the inner surface 180 and the mandrel 102 of the inner tube member 18 and the heat absorbing cap 50 Each of the spaces between the inner surface 500 and the mandrel 102 is filled with a metal powder 56 such as copper (metal powder filling step).

In the present embodiment, the metal powder is filled in the space between the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 and the mandrel 102. However, if necessary, the metal powder is filled in the space. It may not be filled. In this case, the size of the space 104 of the mandrel is selected so that a space is not formed between the inner surface 180 of the inner tube member 18 and the mandrel 102.

Next, while maintaining the position of the mandrel 102, a sintering step is performed by sintering the metal powder by applying appropriate heat to the filled metal powder to form a sintering wick. After the sintering is performed, the mandrel 102 is removed, and each of the inner surfaces 500, 190, and 180 of the endothermic cap 50, the outer tube member 19, and the inner tube member 18 has a sintered wick ( 58, 60, 62 are formed (see FIG. 14). On the other hand, when the heat is applied for the sintering step, the welding rings (502, 504) provided in the heat absorbing cap 50 is also melted and the welding is made.

The next step is the sealing cap bonding step.

The sealing cap 52 is prepared for performing the sealing cap coupling step. The sealing cap 52 is in the form of a disc, and a coupling hole 53 into which the inner tube member 19 can be fitted is formed at the center thereof. And, on one side of the sealing cap 52, the auxiliary pipe 54 for removing the internal air to make the internal space 100 to the desired level of vacuum, and for introducing the working fluid into the internal space 100 is provided have.

The prepared sealing cap 52 is fitted to the other end of the outer tube member 19 and the inner tube member 18, and then joined by applying heat to this portion. In this case, the sealing cap 52 is provided with welding rings 520 and 522, as in the case of the heat absorbing cap 50, so that the sealing cap 52 is formed by the other of the outer tube member 19 and the inner tube member 18. Welded to the end.

In the last step, the auxiliary pipe 54 of the sealing cap 52 is used to make the interior space 100 into a vacuum at a predetermined level, and inject the working fluid into the interior space. At this time, the post-relationship between the vacuum process and the operating fluid input process is not very important, and the post-production of the process can be determined according to the needs and operators. Then, when the end portion of the auxiliary pipe 54 is sealed by welding or the like, the heat pipe seeding method according to the date of the present invention is completed.

On the other hand, in the present embodiment is provided with one auxiliary pipe (54) to the vacuum and the working fluid through the example, for example, but two auxiliary pipes may be provided to perform the vacuum and the working fluid input.

On the other hand, another heat pipe manufacturing method suitable for manufacturing a heat pipe employed in the LED lighting assembly with a cooling device using the heat pipe described above is disclosed.

The heat pipe manufacturing method includes a cylinder having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface having a working fluid in a sealed state, and having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface. As a method of manufacturing a pipe, one side has a heat absorbing surface having a coupling hole and the other side is open and has a side having a side, and an inner tube member coupled to the coupling hole, one end of the inner tube member is the body Preparing a body and the inner tube member coupled to the through-hole of the; And, After inserting a cylindrical mandrel (mandrel) having a space for accommodating the inner tube member in the inner space of the body, Filling the metal powder in the space formed between the inner surface of the body and the mandrel; and a metal powder filling step; and sintering the metal powder to form a sintering wick (sintering wick) And a disc-shaped sealing cap including at least one coupling hole into which the inner tube member may be inserted and an auxiliary tube for injection of vacuum and working fluid into the inner space, and after removing the mandrel, A sealing cap coupling step of coupling the sealing cap to the other end of the body; And a vacuum and working fluid injection step of sealing the auxiliary pipe after making the inner space into a vacuum of a predetermined level by using the auxiliary pipe provided in the sealing cap and injecting a working fluid into the inner space. Characterized in that made.

On the other hand, the body is preferably formed into a form having a heat absorbing surface by spinning one end of the tubular material.

On the other hand, the body is preferably molded by drawing a metal plate member, and then drilling a coupling hole in the central portion of the heat absorbing surface.

The metal powder filling step may include filling the metal powder in a space formed between the inner surface facing the inner space of the inner tube member and the mandrel.

Reference is now made to FIGS. 17 and 18.

Compared with the first heat pipe manufacturing method described above, the heat pipe manufacturing method of the present invention, because the first manufacturing method was provided with a separate member and the outer tube member and the heat absorbing cap, but it was necessary to combine them mutually, Since the heat pipe manufacturing method of the present invention uses an integrally formed body 80 corresponding to a state in which the first outer tube member 19 and the heat absorbing cap 50 are coupled to each other, a step of mutually joining them is not necessary. The difference is that it is not.

Therefore, the metal powder filling step, the sintering step, the sealing cap coupling step and the vacuum, working fluid injection step, except for the pipe member preparation step, endothermic cap coupling step of the first heat pipe manufacturing method is applied to the heat pipe manufacturing method of the present invention as it is. Therefore, redundant description will be omitted, and only the body and the inner tube member preparing step, which is a step corresponding to the pipe member preparing step and the endothermic cap coupling step of the first manufacturing method, will be described.

In the preparing of the body and the inner tube member, the body and the inner tube member are required. 17 and 18, the body 80 has a heat absorbing surface 82 having a through hole 84 on one side thereof, the other side is open. And the body 80 has a side 86. The member which forms the heat absorbing surface 82 and the side surface 86 is integral, and is a copper material.

The inner tube member has the same configuration as the inner tube member 19 used in the first heat pipe manufacturing method described above.

The prepared inner tube member is coupled to the coupling hole 84 of the body (80). At this time, the welding hole is fitted in the coupling hole 84 as in the first manufacturing method.

Next, as in the first heat pipe manufacturing method, a metal powder filling step of filling metal powder into a space formed after inserting a mandrel into the inner space of the body 80 is performed. Then, the sintering step, the sealing cap coupling step, and the vacuum and working fluid injection step are sequentially performed to complete the manufacture of the heat pipe.

On the other hand, the body 80 is obtained in the desired shape by casting in this embodiment. However, the body can also be molded by various other methods, for example, by spinning or drawing.

That is, the body 80 may be formed into a shape having an endothermic surface by spinning one end of the tubular material.

Spinning typically involves the use of spinning lathes to form conical or similar vessels to fit conical or similarly shaped spinning dies or to narrow the agar. Therefore, one end of the tubular material is gradually processed to form a body as shown in FIG.

In addition, the coupling hole 84 can also be formed at the time of the spinning process, and there is no need to form the coupling hole by a separate drilling process.

In addition, the body 80 may be formed by drawing a metal plate member and then drilling a coupling hole in a central portion of the heat absorbing surface. In this case, the drawing process generally refers to a processing method of extruding a flat sheet metal disc into a cup-shaped or bottomed container at room temperature.

That is, the metal plate member is processed into a cup-like shape through several steps, and then, the center portion of the bottom surface is drilled to form a coupling hole 84 by a method such as drilling, and the like, as shown in FIG. 17. Obtain the body 80 in form.

As described above, according to the LED lighting assembly having the cooling device using the heat pipe according to the present invention, it is possible to obtain the effect that the heat generated from the LED can be cooled more effectively than before.

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  5. A heat pipe having a working fluid inside the sealed state, having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface, and having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface;
    Is provided with at least one LED, coupled to the heat absorbing surface of the heat pipe to transfer the heat generated during operation of the LED to the heat pipe, the wire connected to the LED is coupled to pass through the heat pipe through the through hole LED combination;
    A heat dissipation unit coupled to a side of the heat pipe and dissipating heat transferred to the heat pipe to the outside; And
    And an electrical connection part coupled to the wire passing through the through hole of the heat pipe and capable of being coupled to an external electrical supply source.
    The LED assembly includes a metal PCB,
    An LED is mounted on one side of the PCB, and the other side thereof is coupled to an endothermic surface of the heat pipe, so that heat generated from the LED is transferred to the heat pipe through the PCB. LED lighting assembly having a cooling device used.
  6. A cylindrical heat pipe having a working fluid inside the sealed state and having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface, and a side surface,
    Heat pipe, characterized in that the through-hole is formed through the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The through hole is formed by an inner tube member provided to penetrate the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface.
    The inner pipe member is provided with a sintering wick formed by sintering metal powder on an inner surface of the heat pipe toward the inner space.
  8. A method of manufacturing a heat pipe provided with a working fluid in a sealed state, having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface and a side surface, and having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface.
    A pipe member preparing step of cutting and preparing each of the outer tube member having a relatively large diameter and the inner tube member having a small diameter;
    After preparing a heat absorbing cap in the form of a disc having a coupling hole through which the inner tube member can be inserted into a central portion, and positioning the inner tube member inside the outer tube member, the endothermic cap is attached to the outer tube member. Endothermic cap coupling step of coupling to one end of the inner tube member;
    After inserting a cylindrical mandrel having a space for accommodating the inner tube member into the inner space formed by the heat absorbing cap, the outer tube member and the inner tube member, the inner tube member Filling the metal powder in the space between the side and the mandrel and the space between the heat absorbing cap and the mandrel;
    A sintering step of sintering the metal powder to form a sintering wick;
    Prepare a disc-shaped sealing cap having at least one coupling hole into which the inner tube member can be fitted and an auxiliary tube for injection of vacuum and working fluid into the inner space, and the sealing cap is provided with the outer tube member and the inner tube. Sealing cap coupling step of coupling to the other end of the member; And
    A vacuum and working fluid injection step of sealing the auxiliary pipe after making the inner space into a vacuum at a predetermined level by using the auxiliary pipe provided in the sealing cap and injecting a working fluid into the inner space. Heat pipe manufacturing method characterized in that.
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    The metal powder filling step,
    And a metal powder is filled in a space formed between the inner surface facing the inner space of the inner tube member and the mandrel.
  10. A method of manufacturing a heat pipe provided with a working fluid in a sealed state, having a heat absorbing surface, a sealing surface and a side surface, and having a through hole formed by an inner tube member penetrating the heat absorbing surface and the sealing surface.
    One side has a heat absorbing surface having a coupling hole and the other side is open and has a side having a side, and prepares the inner tube member to be coupled to the coupling hole, one end of the inner tube member to the through hole of the body Preparing the body and the inner tube member;
    After inserting a cylindrical mandrel having a space for accommodating the inner tube member into the inner space of the body, the metal powder is placed in the space formed between the inner surface of the body and the mandrel. Filling metal powder filling step;
    A sintering step of sintering the metal powder to form a sintering wick;
    Prepare a disc-shaped sealing cap having at least one coupling hole into which the inner tube member can be fitted and an auxiliary tube for injecting vacuum and working fluid into the inner space, removing the mandrel, and then Sealing cap coupling step of coupling to the other end of the body; And
    A vacuum and working fluid injection step of sealing the auxiliary pipe after making the inner space into a vacuum at a predetermined level by using the auxiliary pipe provided in the sealing cap and injecting a working fluid into the inner space. Heat pipe manufacturing method characterized in that.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    The body is a method of manufacturing a heat pipe, characterized in that the end portion of the tubular material is spun (spinning) molded to have a heat absorbing surface.
  12. The method of claim 10,
    And the body is formed by drawing a metal plate member and then drilling a coupling hole in a central portion of the heat absorbing surface.
  13. The method of claim 10,
    The metal powder filling step,
    And a metal powder is filled in a space formed between the inner surface facing the inner space of the inner tube member and the mandrel.
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