KR101622971B1 - Solar street lights system for day and night chargeable - Google Patents

Solar street lights system for day and night chargeable Download PDF

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KR101622971B1
KR101622971B1 KR1020140078077A KR20140078077A KR101622971B1 KR 101622971 B1 KR101622971 B1 KR 101622971B1 KR 1020140078077 A KR1020140078077 A KR 1020140078077A KR 20140078077 A KR20140078077 A KR 20140078077A KR 101622971 B1 KR101622971 B1 KR 101622971B1
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The present invention relates to a solar streetlight system capable of collecting sunlight during the day and collecting illumination at night to enable electricity charging at night or night.
Since the conventional solar street lamp charges electricity only during the daytime when the sun exists, there is a problem that electricity can not be produced when the cloudy weather is repeated. To solve this problem, the present invention provides a solar- And a condensing illumination unit for concentrating the light to the solar module side so as to produce electricity by using illumination even at night is installed on the side of the solar module, The solar module is coupled to a plurality of coupling members radially coupled to the outer circumferential surface of the strut, a first coupling portion and a second coupling portion are formed on both sides of the coupling member, An insertion space is formed so that the insertion portion formed in the insertion portion can be coupled by sliding.
Therefore, according to the present invention, since the condensing illumination unit concentrates the light toward the solar module side, it is possible to produce electricity by collecting the illumination at night without sunlight. By combining the solar module with the outer peripheral surface of the support, And a reflection plate is provided, so that the sunlight can be collected as much as possible.

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[0001] The present invention relates to a solar street light system,
The present invention relates to a streetlight for collecting sunlight to illuminate a lamp, and more particularly, to a solar streetlight system capable of collecting sunlight during the day and collecting lights at night to charge electricity at night or night .
Generally, in the vicinity of roads, sidewalks or parks or residential complexes, darkness is revealed at night, so that people or residents who use the motorists, pedestrians, or parks can gain sufficient visibility, This streetlight is installed so that it can be prevented.
Such a streetlight is installed horizontally in the horizontal direction from the upper end of the strut, and is illuminated in accordance with whether current is applied or not. And a transparent or semitransparent cover provided on a bottom surface of the housing. The light source provided inside the housing is normally turned on automatically at sunset, And is automatically controlled to be turned off at the time of sunrise.
On the other hand, in existing street lamps, electric wires should be installed in each support where security lamps are installed in order to supply power to the lamps. In this case, it is necessary to excavate the grounds of the roads or India to a certain depth, So that the construction cost is very high. In addition, when a part of the electric wire is cut off or the power supplied from the outside is intermittently blocked, the security lamp can not be illuminated, thereby causing various safety accidents or crimes such as traffic accidents.
Therefore, in order to overcome such a problem, recently, as disclosed in JP-A-10-1222895, the power consumption is supplied by using the electric energy obtained by the photoelectric action of the solar cell, A streetlight that can illuminate a streetlight is proposed.
However, since the conventional streetlight using solar light charges electricity only during the daytime when the sun is in the sunlight, there is a problem that electricity can not be produced when the cloudy weather is repeated.
Further, since the battery and the controller for charging electricity are installed on the ground, the life of the battery is shortened due to the external environment, and the controller is operated abnormally.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a solar streetlight system capable of charging at night or night, which can produce electricity by collecting LED light even at night when there is no sun.
It is another object of the present invention to provide a solar streetlight with a control box that can extend the life of the battery and the controller.
A solar street lamp system capable of charging at night or night according to the present invention is a solar street lamp that collects solar light by a plurality of solar modules to produce electricity, the solar module is radially coupled to an outer circumferential surface of a strut, The streetlight is provided with a condensing illumination unit for concentrating illumination to the solar module side so as to produce electricity using illumination even at night. The solar module is coupled to a plurality of coupling members radially coupled to the outer peripheral surface of the support, The first joint portion and the second joint portion are formed on both sides of the joint member, and an insertion space is formed on an outer circumferential surface of the joint member so that the insertion portion formed on the back surface of the solar module can be coupled by sliding.
According to the solar street lamp system capable of charging at night or night, the condensing illumination unit concentrates the light to the solar module side, so that it can produce electricity by collecting the illumination at the nighttime when there is no sunlight. By connecting to the outer circumferential surface, stability against strong wind or external force can be ensured, and a reflecting plate is provided, so that solar light can be collected as much as possible.
Further, since the control box is buried in the ground, the influence of the external environment can be minimized, thereby extending the service life of the battery and preventing abnormal operation of the controller.
Further, since the inner body of the control box is made of a ceramic material, it is not affected by changes in the temperature of the outside of the control box, and the constant temperature is maintained by the constant temperature portion.
1 is a front view of a solar streetlight system capable of main / night charging according to the present invention;
2 is a plan view of a solar module according to the present invention,
3 is a cross-sectional view of a reflector according to the present invention,
4 is a plan view of a reflector according to the present invention,
5 is a front view of a charging apparatus according to the present invention,
FIG. 6 is a view showing the state of use of the solar streetlight system capable of charging at night or day according to the present invention. FIG.
Preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
As shown in FIG. 1, the solar streetlight system according to the present invention is capable of charging at night or night. A support 10 is installed perpendicularly to the ground, and a support 11 is horizontally mounted on the support 10 And a street lamp head 12 is coupled to the front end of the support stand 11.
A plurality of solar modules 20 capable of collecting sunlight are vertically coupled to the outer circumferential surface of the upper end of the struts 10, (10).
A reflector 30 for reflecting sunlight upward is coupled to the lower side of the solar module 20 and a solar cell module 20 and a control box (40) are embedded.
2, the photovoltaic module 20 is radially coupled with the pillar 10 as a center. A plurality of coupling members 23 are radially coupled to the pillar 10, and the coupling members 23 The photovoltaic module 20 is coupled to the photovoltaic module 20.
A first engaging portion 24 and a second engaging portion 25 are formed on both sides of the engaging member 23 so as to be coupled with a bolt and a nut, Is inserted into the second engaging portion 25 of the member 23 and is fixed by bolts and nuts so that a plurality of engaging members 23 are circularly joined along the outer peripheral surface of the support 10.
A plurality of insertion spaces 26 are formed on the outer circumferential surface of the coupling member 23. An insertion portion 21 formed on the back surface of the solar module 20 is inserted into the insertion space 26 by sliding, And is fixed by bolts or pins or the like.
A condenser cover 22 made of transparent glass is coupled to the front surface of the solar module 20. The condenser cover 22 can collect sunlight as much as a convex lens.
3, a coupling hole 31 is formed at the center of the reflector 30 so as to penetrate therethrough. The reflector 30 has a plurality of reflectors 32 ).
The reflector 32 is formed to have a predetermined inclination so that the solar module 20 reflects sunlight upward at various angles, thereby allowing the solar module 20 to collect the sunlight as much as possible during the daytime.
As shown in FIG. 4, the reflecting mirrors 32 are coupled radially with respect to the coupling holes 31 and are spirally coupled to reflect sunlight at various angles.
The control box 40 embedded in the underground is provided with an outer body 41 made of concrete and the inner body 50 is inserted into the inner side of the outer body 41, The outside is made of metal and the inside is made of ceramic material.
A cover 51 capable of opening is coupled to the upper portion of the inner body 50 and a controller 52, a battery 53 and a constant temperature portion 54 are provided inside the inner body 50.
The battery 53 converts sunlight collected by the solar module 20 into electric energy and charges the interior of the inner body 50. The temperature control unit 54 maintains the inside of the inner body 50 at a constant temperature A cooling / heating device is installed inside.
A street lighting unit 13 and a condensing illumination unit 14 provided with a plurality of LEDs (not shown) are formed inside the street lamp head 12 as shown in Fig. 6, and are provided with a plurality of light emitting diodes And the converging illumination unit 14 is formed to be inclined toward the plurality of solar modules 20.
Therefore, the streetlight of the present invention can produce electricity using LED light even at nighttime without any sunlight, and thus it is not necessary to use auxiliary battery or auxiliary power source in the rainy season where the battery 53 can not be charged for a long time.
That is, the condensing illumination unit 14 concentrates the light toward the solar module 20 at night, so that the solar module 20 can collect the illumination and produce electricity even at night.
In the solar streetlight system capable of charging at night or night, the solar light module 20 having the above-described structure can secure stability against strong wind or external force by radially coupling a plurality of solar modules 20 to the outer circumferential surface of the support 10, Since the reflector 30 is provided, it is possible to collect sunlight as much as possible.
Also, since the control box 40 is buried in the ground, the influence of the external environment can be minimized, thereby extending the service life of the battery 53 and preventing abnormal operation of the controller 52.
In addition, since the inner body 50 of the control box 40 is made of a ceramic material, the temperature of the control box 40 is not affected by changes in temperature of the outside, and the constant temperature portion 54 is provided.
The street light head 12 is composed of the distance illumination section 13 and the condensed illumination section 14. The condensed illumination section 14 concentrates the light toward the solar module 20 to illuminate Can be used to produce electricity.
It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations can be made in the present invention without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims. will be.
10: support 11: support
12: street lamp head 13: street lighting section
14: condensing illumination part 20: solar module
21: insertion part 22: condensing cover
23: coupling member 24: first coupling portion
25: second coupling portion 26: insertion space
30: reflection plate 31: coupling hole
32: reflector 40: control box
41: outer body 50: inner body
51: Cover 52: Controller
53: Battery 54: Constant temperature part

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1. A solar streetlight for collecting sunlight with a plurality of solar modules to produce electricity,
The solar module 20 is radially coupled to the outer circumferential surface of the strut 10 and the streetlight is provided with a condensing illumination unit 14 for concentrating the illumination toward the solar module 20, And a reflector 30 for reflecting sunlight and illumination is coupled to the lower side of the solar module 20,
The photovoltaic module 20 is coupled to a plurality of coupling members 23 radially coupled to the outer circumferential surface of the strut 10 and a first coupling portion 24 and a second coupling portion 25 are formed on both sides of the coupling member 23, And an insertion space (26) is formed on an outer circumferential surface of the solar module (20) so that an insertion portion (21) formed on the back surface of the solar module (20) Possible solar street light system.
The method according to claim 1,
And a condensing cover (22) made of transparent glass is connected to the front surface of the solar module (20) to serve as a convex lens for collecting solar light to the maximum extent. .
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein a plurality of inclined reflectors (32) are coupled spirally and radially on the inner circumferential surface of the reflection plate (30).
The method according to claim 1,
A control box 40 having an outer body 41 made of concrete is buried in the lower part of the support 10 and an inner body 50 made of metal and ceramics is coupled to the inside of the outer body 41 And a controller (52), a battery (53), and a constant temperature section (54) are provided on the inner side of the inner body (50).
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