KR101654111B1 - Light emitting apparatus for medical using dc voltage and method thereof - Google Patents

Light emitting apparatus for medical using dc voltage and method thereof Download PDF

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KR101654111B1
KR101654111B1 KR1020160010678A KR20160010678A KR101654111B1 KR 101654111 B1 KR101654111 B1 KR 101654111B1 KR 1020160010678 A KR1020160010678 A KR 1020160010678A KR 20160010678 A KR20160010678 A KR 20160010678A KR 101654111 B1 KR101654111 B1 KR 101654111B1
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The present invention relates to a light emitting device using a direct current power. More particularly, the light emitting device using direct current power comprises: a direct current operating part which continuously outputs a direct current power of a preset level; a plurality of light emitting elements which output light having different ranges of wavelengths; a switching part which turns the light emitting element on and off at individual power lines connecting the direct current operating part with the plurality of light emitting elements; and a control part which turns the switching part on and off at preset times to control the light of the light emitting elements. The light emitting device using direct current power does not need a separate circuit preventing negative oscillation, and has a compact size and light weight in comparison to a conventional device, thereby being easy to be carried around. Also, the light emitting device has reduced number of components used, and thus has inexpensive manufacturing costs.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001] The present invention relates to a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply,
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply and a control method thereof, and more particularly, to a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply capable of downsizing and weight reduction and a control method thereof.
As interest in skin care has increased, various types of personal skin care tools have been on the market, and companies selling skin care products and services, such as cosmetics, are working hard to develop products and attract customers.
However, conventionally, tools used individually by users, product promotion by companies and skin care services are separately managed.
From the standpoint of individual users, it is not easy to judge which products are suitable for their own skin as well as not having expert knowledge of their skin condition or necessary measures. So it is inconvenient and not costly to get help from a professional.
Conventionally, in order to solve the problem of blood circulation disorder, a hyperthermia treatment device using a far-infrared ray energy radiated from a heating body by bringing a heating body close to a body part with good blood circulation has been developed in a variety of medical and household applications have. As the weather gets colder, the use time of the warmer is increased, and the dry eye is frequently exposed to the dry environment.
In addition, adult men and women are always red, bloodshot, and fatigued in their multimedia devices such as cell phones, TVs, and computers.
Because of these factors, modern people are suffering from various eye diseases. For example, dry eye syndrome has problems such as the irregularity of tear film components, evaporation of tears too quickly, and decrease of tear secretion, It is a disease that feels irritation such as dry feeling and foreign body feeling.
In particular, women were more than twice as likely to have dry eye syndrome than men due to contact lens wear, eye make-up including mascara, eyelid surgery, LASIK or LASEK surgery, postmenopausal hormone changes and treatment. Recently, male patients have been increasing more than 12% annually due to work stress, excessive use of computers, and male hormone deficiency due to aging.
As such, if the dryness of the eye becomes severe, it may cause eyelid inflammation, chronic conjunctivitis, eyelid abnormality and secondary disease. In addition to this, there is a risk of corneal epithelial damage if eye rubbing or touching eyes with dirty hands while the eye is dry. These injuries can lead to inflammation such as keratitis and conjunctivitis, so special care should be taken.
In addition, rhinitis is classified into acute rhinitis, chronic rhinitis, or viral rhinitis caused by a cold, which is usually caused by inflammation in the nasal mucosa inside the nose. When infected with rhinitis, it is difficult to breathe, which causes symptoms such as headache or weakness, which causes a great inconvenience to the patient.
In order to treat such rhinitis, a method of inserting steam of appropriate temperature into the nose or inserting a therapeutic drug into the nose is mainly used. In addition, techniques for treating nasal inflammation using infrared rays (for example, Korean Patent Laid-Open No. 10-2012-0039407 (portable rhinitis treatment device, published on Apr. 25, 2012) .
Accordingly, conventionally, as described above, a treatment device using a light emitting device for treating dry eye, skin massage, or rhinitis has been developed and is currently on the market. The concept of operation of a light emitting device (LED) in a therapeutic apparatus using such a conventional light emitting device will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 and 2. FIG.
FIG. 1 is a graph showing the relationship between brightness and voltage of a light emitting device (LED) in a treatment apparatus using a conventional light emitting device, and FIG. 2 is a block diagram of a treatment apparatus using a conventional light emitting device.
1 and 2, the brightness of a light emitting device (LED) when a voltage of a certain level (direct current) is applied as shown in FIG. 1 (a) 1 (b) shows a case in which light is irradiated in a pulse system in a predetermined time period, and FIG. 1 (c) shows a case in which a light emitting element (LED) is driven with a voltage lower than that of FIG. The brightness of the case was compared.
1 (b) and 1 (c) show that the light emitting device (LED) emits light at the same brightness but emits light at a lower brightness than that of FIG. 1 (a). However, it has been confirmed that, in order to penetrate light deeply into the skin medically, it penetrates deeply into the skin when irradiated with light in the pulsed manner of (b) and (c), as shown in FIG.
(B) and (c) are the same in terms of brightness, but the instantaneous light amount is higher than the (c) method in the case of (b) Pulse irradiation method is applied.
An optical output apparatus using such a conventional light emitting device proposes a circuit as shown in FIG. 2 for realizing the pulse irradiation method described above.
2, a conventional medical optical output apparatus includes a light emitting device (LED) 3, 3 ', a power supply unit 2 for outputting a pulse power supply, And an LED driving circuit 1, 1 'for emitting light from the light emitting devices 3, 3'.
Here, since the conventional optical output device differs in the depth of light passing through each wavelength of light, a light emitting device (LED) emitting light at different wavelengths (for example, 660 nm, 730 nm, 830 nm, 950 nm, And a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs) grouped with one or more light emitting devices (LEDs) grouped together).
However, conventionally, the LED driver circuits 1 and 1 'are provided for each of the light emitting devices (LEDs) emitting light of different wavelengths. For example, in an optical output device having two light sources, two light emitting devices (LEDs) 3 and 3 'and two LED driving circuits 1 and 1' must be provided.
At this time, the conventional LED drive circuits 1 and 1 'must be turned on and off in a pulse-like manner in order to turn on / off the LEDs 3 and 3' To prevent oscillation, an anti-oscillation circuit consisting of one or more capacitors and resistors must be added.
That is, in the conventional optical output device, a separate light emitting element (LED) driving circuit is required for each light emitting element (or group of light emitting elements) for each wavelength, The manufacturing cost is increased due to the increase of parts in the manufacturing process and the volume is increased, which leads to an increase in weight and inconvenience of carrying due to enlargement of the device.
In addition, among the conventional optical output devices, for example, the optical output device used for treating rhinitis must be sterilized very much before and / or after the use of the light emitting element into the body of the patient. Therefore, in a medical institution such as a hospital or a public health center, a separate sterilizing device is provided to prevent secondary infection.
However, in the case of direct use by an individual, since the disinfection apparatus is expensive, it takes a considerable burden to purchase. Therefore, in order to develop a personal portable optical output device, a storage and disinfection device of the portable optical output device must be operated simultaneously.
Korean Patent Laid-Open No. 10-2015-0105574 (2015.09.17) Korean Patent No. 10-1044801 (June 21, 2011) Korean Utility Model No. 20-2010-0012419 (2010.12.01) Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2003-070825 (2003.3.11) Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2015-0124516 (Nov. Korean Patent Publication No. 10-2012-0039407 (Apr. 25, 2012)
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Accordingly, the present invention has been made keeping in mind the above problems occurring in the prior art, and it is a primary object of the present invention to provide a medical optical output device using a DC power source and a control method thereof, which are compact and lightweight.
A second object of the present invention is to provide a medical light output using a DC power source capable of establishing a usage plan and alarming an alarm to be used regularly by a user, And a control method thereof.
Therefore, the present invention includes the following embodiments in order to achieve the above object.
In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, a DC driving unit continuously outputs a DC power of a set level; A plurality of light emitting devices for outputting light of different bands; A switch part for turning on and off the light emitting element by being turned on and off in a power supply line connected to each of the plurality of light emitting elements in the direct current driving part; And a control unit for controlling the switch unit to turn on and off at predetermined time intervals to control the light emission of the light emitting device.
According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a light emitting device comprising: a light emitting member having a plurality of light emitting elements for outputting light of different bands; And a user terminal connected to the light emitting member via wireless communication to drive the light emitting member; Wherein the light emitting member comprises: a direct current driving unit for continuously outputting a direct current power of a predetermined level; A plurality of light emitting devices for outputting light of different bands; A switch part for turning on and off the light emitting element by being turned on and off in a power supply line connected to each of the plurality of light emitting elements in the direct current driving part; A light emission control section for controlling the switch section to turn on and off the light emitting element at predetermined time intervals to control light emission of the light emitting element; And an optical communication unit for performing wireless communication with the user terminal.
According to the present invention, it is possible to control the light emission of a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs) that output light of different bands as one driving circuit by supplying a direct current power source, and a separate oscillation prevention circuit is not required, It is possible to achieve an effect of being compact and lightweight, which is easy to carry, and which reduces parts to be used, and which is low in manufacturing cost.
Further, according to the present invention, an alarm is generated by establishing a use schedule of a treatment apparatus through a portable terminal of a user, and the user can be guided to receive treatment continuously by recording the use time and the use time, And convenience can be provided.
1 and 2 are views showing a medical optical output apparatus using a conventional DC power supply.
3 is a block diagram showing a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply according to the present invention.
4 is a block diagram illustrating a user terminal in a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply according to the present invention.
5 is a block diagram illustrating an application driver in a user terminal of the present invention.
6 is a diagram showing a power terminal in a user terminal of the present invention.
FIG. 7 and FIG. 8 are detailed block diagrams of a DC driving unit to a light emitting unit according to the present invention.
FIG. 9 is a detailed block diagram illustrating a failure detection unit according to the present invention.
10 is a diagram illustrating an example of an application screen of a user terminal according to the present invention.
11 is a block diagram showing the storage member of the present invention.
12 is a flowchart showing a control method of a treatment apparatus using a light emitting device according to the present invention.
13 is a flowchart showing an application execution step of a user terminal in the present invention.
14 is a flowchart showing the light output step of the light emitting member in the present invention.
15 is a flowchart showing the disinfecting step of the storage member in the present invention.
While the invention is susceptible to various modifications and alternative forms, specific embodiments thereof are shown by way of example in the drawings and will herein be described in detail. It is to be understood, however, that the invention is not to be limited to the specific embodiments, but includes all modifications, equivalents, and alternatives falling within the spirit and scope of the invention.
The terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. The singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. In this specification, the terms "comprises" or "having" and the like refer to the presence of stated features, integers, steps, operations, elements, components, or combinations thereof, But do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, elements, components, or combinations thereof.
It is to be understood that the components of the embodiments described with reference to the drawings are not limited to the embodiments and may be embodied in other embodiments without departing from the spirit of the invention. It is to be understood that although the description is omitted, multiple embodiments may be implemented again in one integrated embodiment.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Reference will now be made in detail to the embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like reference numerals refer to the like elements throughout. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. In the following description, well-known functions or constructions are not described in detail since they would obscure the invention in unnecessary detail.
The present invention relates to a medical optical output device, but is not limited thereto. The present invention can be applied to devices using light in medical and cosmetic industries such as skin massage, skin disease, rhinitis treatment, dry eye syndrome, Medical and cosmetic fields, and so on.
3 is a block diagram showing a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply according to the present invention.
3, a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power supply according to the present invention includes a user terminal 200 capable of portable and wireless communication with a user, A power supply member 300 for supplying power to the light emitting member 100 and a storage member 400 for storing and disinfecting the light emitting member 100. The light emitting member 100 includes a light emitting member 100,
The user terminal 200 can wirelessly communicate with the light emitting member 100 and drives the light emitting member 100 through an application executed by the application received from the server. More preferably, the user terminal 200 can set a usage history and a schedule of the light emitting member 100 to alarm an alarm. The detailed configuration of the user terminal 200 will be described with reference to Figs.
FIG. 4 is a block diagram illustrating a user terminal of the present invention, and FIG. 5 is a detailed block diagram illustrating an application driver of the user terminal.
4 and 5, the user terminal 200 includes an input unit 230 for outputting an operation command, a display 240 for outputting an application, a terminal power supply unit 250 for supplying power, An application driving unit 220 for executing an application, an alarm unit 270 for issuing an alarm and a terminal control unit 270 for controlling the input unit 230 to the alarm unit 270. [ (210).
The input unit 230 outputs a set electrical signal (input signal) to the terminal control unit 210 by combining the signals of the user's touch.
The display 240 displays an app screen under the control of the terminal control unit 210. Preferably, the input unit 230 and the display 240 may be integrated with the touch-type display 240.
The terminal communication unit 260 is a device that performs short-range wireless communication with the light emitting member 100, for example, a Bluetooth (BLUETOOTH) And receives an end and / or failure detection signal received from member (100).
The terminal power supply unit 250 is a rechargeable battery or is integrally formed in the main body and charges power supplied from an external power supply connected to the power supply terminal 251. Here, the power supply terminal 251 may be connected to a power supply connector 131 of the light emitting member 100, which will be described later, for example, as a USB terminal. This will be described later.
The alarm unit 270 issues an alarm as audio or vibration, or flashes a light emitting element provided in the user terminal 200, or outputs an alarm to the display 240 as a screen color or blinking.
Here, the alarm of the alarm unit 270 may be executed when it corresponds to the use schedule of the light emitting member 100 or when a failure of the light emitting member 100 is detected.
When the application execution command is inputted through the input unit 230, the terminal control unit 210 drives the application driver 220 to execute the application. At this time, the executed application is outputted through the display 240. In addition, the terminal control unit 210 drives the alarm to control the alarm to be issued when the application driver 220 detects the date or time zone.
The terminal control unit 210 controls the alarm unit 270 when a failure detection signal of the light emitting member 100 is received through the terminal communication unit 260. When the end signal of the light emitting member 100 is received, (220) so as to record the treatment date and time and the treatment time.
The application driving unit 220 includes a timer 221 for calculating a date and time, a recording module 222 for recording a set schedule or use status, an alarm module 223 for issuing an alarm, Module 224. The < / RTI >
The application driving module 224 outputs a driving command of the light emitting member 100, a predetermined setting and recording, and a selection menu of browsing to the display 240, and displays the timer 221 to the alarm module 223), or sets an execution criterion.
The timer 221 counts the date and time, compares the current date and time with the set date and time, and outputs the result.
The recording module 222 records usage history (date and time) of the light emitting member 100, and records and stores the usage schedule that the user selectively sets as a printable document on the display 240. [ For this, the recording module 222 may be applied to a document creation algorithm. More preferably, the recording module 222 can confirm whether or not to use the light emitting member 100 by date and at a glance. For example, as shown in FIG. 10, (Or set time in the afternoon), and whether or not to complete (whether or not to use) in the daytime (or monthly) unit. This is for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to limit the scope of the invention.
Here, the usage time of the recording module 222 can be set by the user by manipulating his / her user terminal 200, and the completion of the recording module 222 can be determined by the completion signal of the light emitting member 100, And may be recorded in accordance with the selection of the driving menu of the control unit 100.
The use time can be confirmed as the time from when the drive command is transmitted to the light emitting member 100 or until the completion signal of the light emitting member 100 is received after the drive menu is selected.
The use time can be arbitrarily set by the user in one use time (for example, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 40 minutes, 50 minutes, 1 hour).
The alarm module 223 issues an alarm as at least one of audio, light emission and vibration by the counting signal of the timer 221, the control signal of the light emission control section 110, or the control of the application driving module 224. For example, when the alarm module 223 outputs a signal indicating that the current date and time are matched with the date and time corresponding to the usage plan set by the user in the timer 221 that confirmed the current date and time, An alert is issued to start the therapy used.
The light emitting member 100 includes a light emitting portion 150 having a plurality of light emitting elements (LEDs) for outputting light of different bands, a light emitting communication portion 120 for performing wireless communication with the user terminal 200, A switch unit 150 for switching a power supply line between the light emitting unit 150 and the direct current driving unit 140 and a direct current drive unit 140 for outputting direct current power according to a driving command received from the light emitting communication unit 120, A failure detecting unit 160 for detecting failure of the light emitting unit 150 and a failure detecting unit 160 for detecting a failure of the light emitting unit 150 according to a drive command received from the light emitting communication unit 120. [ And a light emission control unit 110 for controlling the light emission control unit 150.
The luminescent communication unit 120 receives a driving command of the user terminal 200 as a Bluetooth and transmits a failure detection signal or a completion signal under the control of the light emission control unit 110 to the user terminal 200, .
The light emitting power supply unit 130 includes a power supply connector 131 and receives power from the power supply member 300 and outputs the power to the direct current driving unit 140.
Here, the power supply member 300 is a device for supplying power to the light emitting power supply unit 130. For example, the user terminal 200 may be a desktop, a navigation, a PDA, a smart phone, a notebook, .
For example, the user terminal 200 includes the USB power terminal 251 shown in Fig. 5 as a smartphone.
5, the power terminal 251 of the user terminal 200 (or the power terminal 251 of the power supply member 300) is normally 5-pin, the 1-pin VCC power is input, the 2-pin Data -) and Pin 3 (Data +) are communication data lines, the pin 4 is the host / slave (HOST / SLAVE) selection line and pin 5 is the ground.
Therefore, if the power supply connector 131 of the light emitting member 100 is connected to have the polarity opposite to the fourth and fifth pins of the power supply terminal 251, the power supplied to the terminal power supply unit 250 of the user terminal 200 And is supplied to the member (100).
That is, the present invention is applicable to an energy storage device (smart phone, desktop, etc.) to which a power connector 131 can be connected, without requiring a battery to be connected to the power terminal 251 of the user terminal 200, Navigation, PDA, notebook, spare battery, etc.).
The direct current driving unit 140 outputs the power supplied from the light emission power source unit 130 as a direct current. Here, unlike the conventional pulse irradiation method, the DC driving unit 140 is provided with only one DC power supply regardless of the number of the light emitting elements (LEDs).
The light emitting unit 150 includes a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs) that output light of different bands (or a plurality of light emitting devices (LED) groups in which a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs) Or one or more light emitting devices (LEDs) for outputting light of one set band.
The switch unit 150 switches between the DC driving unit 140 and the light emitting unit 150 and sequentially outputs the DC power output from the one DC driving unit 140 or a plurality of light emitting devices (LED).
The operation of the DC drive unit 140 to the switch unit 150 will be described with reference to FIGS. 7 to 9. FIG.
FIGS. 7 and 8 are detailed block diagrams of a DC driving unit to a light emitting unit according to the present invention, and FIG. 9 is a detailed block diagram showing a fault detection unit according to the present invention.
7 to 9, in the present invention, the direct-current driving unit 140 supplies direct current power to one light emitting device (LED) to emit a light emitting device (LED), or one direct current driving unit 140 May sequentially or selectively emit a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs). In the following description, a plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs) are provided to output light of different bands.
The switch unit 150 is installed in a power line between the DC driver 140 and the light emitting unit 150. 8, the switch unit 150 sequentially or selectively connects one power supply line connected to the DC driver 140 and a plurality of power supply lines connected to the plurality of light emitting devices (LEDs). At this time, the switch unit 150 may be turned on and off by a control signal outputted in a pulse manner by programming to connect each power supply line connected to the light emitting element to the DC driving unit 140.
That is, as described above, the switch unit 150 includes the switch unit 150 to turn on and off each light emitting device (LED), thereby turning on and off like a pulse type, thereby increasing the intensity of light that is instantaneously penetrated.
The failure detecting unit 160 senses a power source between the DC driver 140 and the light emitting unit 150 to detect a failure of the light emitting device. To this end, the failure detecting unit 160 is provided with a sense resistor 161 in a power supply line between the DC driving unit 140 and the light emitting unit 150, and detects a voltage at both ends (A point, B point) To detect the failure.
For example, the failure detection unit 160 may sense the voltage at one end A_Point of the sense resistor 161 and the voltage at the other end B_Point as an A / D converter, And detects the failure of the light emitting devices (LED, D6).
The present invention further includes a storage member (400) capable of automatically disinfecting and storing the light emitting member (100). This will be described with reference to FIG.
11 is a block diagram showing the storage member of the present invention.
11, the storage member 400 includes a receiving portion 440 for forming a receiving space inside to store the light emitting member 100, a cover 420 for sealing and / or opening the receiving portion 440, A cover sensor 430 for detecting the opening and closing of the cover 420, a sterilizing unit 450 for outputting and disinfecting UV light to the light emitting member 100 stored in the accommodating unit 440, 450 for controlling the sterilizing unit 450, and a storage control unit 410 for controlling the sterilizing unit 450.
Here, the storage member 400 includes a housing 420 having a receiving portion 440 formed therein, and a cover 420 for opening or closing the housing is provided to allow the user to store the used light emitting member 100 after use. Here, the receiving portion 440 may form a mechanical structure in which both the light emitting portion and the power supply connector are housed, and the shape of such a structure may be variously applied and modified according to the intention of the manufacturer and / And drawings are omitted. In other words, the mechanical structure of the accommodating portion 440 and the cover 420 is generally known, or a structure that can be implemented by anyone who is a worker of the same type can be applied, and a detailed description thereof will be omitted.
The cover 420 is rotatably fixed to the housing formed with the receiving portion 440 so as to open or close the receiving portion 440. Likewise, the cover 420 is generally known, or a mechanical structure that can be implemented by anyone who is a worker of the same type can be applied, and detailed description is omitted.
The cover sensor 430 senses the closing of the cover 420 with, for example, an optical sensor including a light emitting element and a light receiving element, or a piezoelectric element, and outputs a closing detection signal to the storage controller 410.
The sterilizer 450 disinfects the light emitting member 100 accommodated in the accommodating portion 440 for a predetermined time as one or more UV light emitting elements for outputting UV.
The timer 460 counts the time set under the control of the storage control unit 410 and outputs a counting completion signal to the storage control unit 410. [
When the close sensing signal is received from the cover sensor 430, the storage controller 410 drives the sterilizer 450 and the timer 460, respectively. When the counting completion signal is received from the timer 460, the storage control unit 410 turns off the sterilizer 450.
Preferably, the storage controller 410 may record the log information of the sterilizer 450 and store the log information in a file. The log information of the sterilizing unit 450 may include sterilization start and end times and sterilization time.
That is, the present invention may further include a storage member 400 for storing and disinfecting the light emitting member 100. The storage member 400 senses the closing of the cover 420 and automatically disinfects the light emitting member 100 as described above.
In addition, the present invention can drive the sterilizing unit 450 by sensing whether the light emitting member 100 is stored in the accommodating unit 440 together with the upper cover sensor 430 or not.
For example, the present invention may include a piezoelectric sensor or an optical sensor to detect whether the light emitting member 100 is stored in the receiving portion 440 together with or in addition to the upper cover sensor 430 .
Such a structure of another embodiment is advantageous in that energy can be saved by driving the sterilizing unit 450 by sensing whether only the light emitting member 100 is stored or not.
In addition, the storage member 400 of the present invention may include a separate power source (for example, a power connector or a power plug connected to a rechargeable battery and / or an external power source) And sterilization recording information).
The present invention includes the above-described configuration. Hereinafter, a method of controlling an optical output apparatus for medical use using a DC power source, which is achieved through the above arrangement, will be described with reference to flowcharts of FIGS. 12 to 15. FIG.
12 is a flowchart showing a control method of a treatment apparatus using a light emitting device according to the present invention.
12, an application execution step (S100) of a user terminal (200) for setting a usage plan through an application in a user terminal (200) and driving a light emitting member (100) (S200) of the light emitting member (100) sequentially outputting light of one or more wavelength bands under the control of the controller (400), and disinfecting the storage member (400) for disinfecting and storing the light emitting member do.
The application execution step S100 of the user terminal 200 is a step in which the user manipulates his / her user terminal 200 to set a treatment schedule (date and time) and drives the light emitting member 100 according to the schedule . Here, the user terminal 200 executes the application received from the server, and displays a menu on the display 240 on / off of the light emitting member 100, setting of the treatment schedule, and viewing of the usage history. The user terminal 200 transmits and receives a driving command and a completion signal to the light emitting member 100 as a short distance wireless communication such as the light emitting member 100 and the Bluetooth according to a command input from the input unit 230. A more detailed process will be described later with reference to FIG.
The light output step S200 of the light emitting member 100 sequentially outputs the light of the set band by driving the light emitting unit 150 when the driving command of the user terminal 200 is received from the light emitting member 100, When the termination command is received from the user terminal 200 or the set time of use ends, the terminal is turned off and transmits a completion signal to the user terminal 200. [ A more detailed process will be described with reference to FIG.
The sterilizing step S300 of the storage member 400 is a step of disinfecting and storing the light emitting member by outputting UV light for a predetermined time period when the light emitting member is received inward. A detailed description will be given later with reference to Fig.
13 is a flowchart showing an application execution step of a user terminal in the present invention.
13, an application execution step S100 of the user terminal 200 includes an alarm setting step S110 for setting a treatment schedule and an alarm to the user terminal 200, a comparison of the current date and time with a predetermined schedule An alarm step S120 for determining an alarm, an alarm step S130 for alarming an alarm if the set date and time match the current date and time, a command input judgment for determining whether a drive command for the light emitting member 100 is input A driving step of transmitting a drive command to the light emitting member 100 when the drive command is input, a recording step S160 of recording the use date and time, An unused information recording step (S180) in which unused information is not input and recording unused information, and a storing step (S170) for storing a used record and / or an unused record.
The alarm setting step S110 is a step for the user to manipulate his / her user terminal 200 to set a treatment schedule. Here, the user manipulates his / her user terminal 200 to select the corresponding application. Accordingly, the terminal control unit 210 drives the application driving unit 220 according to the selection command of the input unit 230 to control the display 240 to output the application screen.
The application driving module 224 outputs an application screen including a menu capable of inputting a usage schedule to the display 240 on the display 240 under the control of the terminal control unit 210, And outputs a screen for inputting and setting a usage schedule to the display 240. [
When the user operates the input unit 230 of the user terminal 200 to set the date and the usage time on a monthly or weekly basis, and then inputs a completion command, the terminal control unit 210 reads the recording module 222 And stores the usage schedule.
The alarm determination step (S120) is a step in which the terminal control unit 210 compares the current date and time with the set date and time and determines whether or not they match. The timer 221 counts the current time and date, compares the current time and date with the set date and time, and outputs the result.
The alarming step S130 is a step of outputting an alarm when the current date and time match the set date and time in the alarm determining step S120. The terminal control unit 210 controls the alarm module 223 to output an alarm according to one or more of audio, light emission, and vibration when the alarm signal of the timer 221 is received.
The command input determination step S140 is a step of determining whether a drive command of the light emitting member 100 is input. When an alarm is output from the user terminal 200 of the user, the user selects a driving command of the light emitting member 100 through the input unit 230.
The drive command transmission step (S150) is a step of transmitting a drive command to the light emitting member (100).
Here, if the user has decided to use the light emitting member 100 after the warning step S130, the power supply connector 131 of the light emitting member 100 is connected to the user terminal 200 (or the power supply connector 131) Connected to the power terminal 251 of the user terminal 200 and then selects the drive menu on the application screen displayed on the display 240 of the user terminal 200. [ Accordingly, the terminal control unit 210 controls the terminal communication unit 260 to transmit the drive command.
Therefore, the light emitting member 100 is driven by direct current to a power source supplied from any one of the user terminal 200 (for example, a smart phone, a notebook computer) or a spare battery connectable to the power connector 131, Each output light of a different band. Therefore, the user can use the light emitting member 100 according to his / her purpose (e.g., skin massage, treatment of dry eye syndrome).
Here, although the above description is made after the alarm step S130, it is possible for the user to input the driving command arbitrarily at a desired time regardless of the alarm.
In the recording step S160, when the terminal control unit 210 receives the completion signal from the light emitting member 100 through the terminal communication unit 260 or when the counting of the set use time is completed, It records the date and time.
The end of the use of the light emitting member 100 is determined by setting a usage time once in the alarm setting step S110, counting the time after transmission of the drive command, and transmitting the end command to the light emitting member 100 when the time is completed .
Alternatively, the user can forcibly terminate the use of the light emitting member 100 through the input unit 230. [ At this time, when the end command is input through the input unit 230, the terminal control unit 210 calculates the current time from the start of use to the usage time and records it in the recording module 222.
Alternatively, the use time of the light emitting member 100 may be set to the use time in the light emission control unit 110 of the light emitting member 100, and after the use time elapses, Can be transmitted. At this time, the terminal control unit 210 can record the time of use once set as described above, or the time from when the drive command is transmitted until the use end signal of the light emitting member 100 is received, have.
The unused information recording step S180 is a step of recording unused information at the date and time when the drive command is not input at the use date and time set in the command input determining step S140. The recording module 222 records unused information under the control of the terminal control unit 210.
The storage step S170 records the usage information and the unused information as a document according to the set format and stores the information. The terminal control unit 210 drives the recording module 222 to output the used and unused recording information through the display 240 when the viewing command is inputted by the input unit 230. [ At this time, the output information is shown as an example in FIG.
14 is a flowchart showing the light output step of the light emitting member in the present invention.
14, the light output step S200 of the light emitting member 100 includes a drive command reception step S210 for receiving a drive command from the user terminal 200, a step S210 for receiving a drive command from the user terminal 200 or the other power supply member A step S230 of switching a power supply line connected to a plurality of light emitting devices for outputting lights of different bands, An abnormality detection step S240 for determining whether the device is abnormal, a setting time determination step S250 for determining whether a set time has elapsed, an off command determination step for determining whether an off command is received from the user terminal 200 And a transmitting step S260 of turning off the light emitting member 100 and transmitting a use end signal to the user terminal 200 when the set time or the off command is received.
The drive command reception step S210 is a step in which the light emission control unit 110 receives a drive command from the user terminal 200 through the light emission communication unit 120. [ The user may connect the power source terminal 251 of the user terminal 200 or the spare battery provided with the terminal to which the power source connector 131 of the light emitting member 100 is connected to the power source of the light emitting member 100 After connecting the connector 131, the user terminal 200 is operated to input a driving command. Or vice versa. Therefore, the light emitting communication unit 120 receives the drive command from the user terminal 200. [
The DC output step S220 is a step in which the light emission control unit 110 drives the DC driving unit 140 to output the power supplied through the light emission power supply unit 130 to DC. The light emitting power supply unit 130 converts and / or amplifies the power supplied through the power supply connector 131 to a predetermined level of power and supplies the power to the DC driving unit 140. In addition, the light emission power supply unit 130 supplies the operation power of the light emission control unit 110 or other drive.
Therefore, the direct current driving unit 140 outputs the direct current power of the level set by the control of the light emission control unit 110.
In the switch driving step S230, the light emission control unit 110 drives the switch unit 150 to sequentially turn on and off the plurality of light emitting devices. Here, the switch unit 150 turns on and off the DC driving unit 140 and the plurality of light emitting devices by a predetermined time period so that the light emitting devices of different bands are repeatedly turned on and off. In such a DC driving method, the DC power source is turned on and off according to a set time period, thereby increasing the intensity of light that is instantaneously penetrated as in the conventional pulse method, and an oscillation preventing circuit There is an advantage not required.
The abnormal detection determination step S240 is a step in which the light emission control unit 110 determines whether a failure detection signal of the light emitting device is received from the failure detection unit 160. [ The failure detection unit 160 calculates a voltage difference between both ends of the sense resistor 161 installed on the power line between the DC driver 140 and the light emitting device to detect a failure.
The setting time determination step is a step of determining whether the light emission control unit 110 has passed the set use time. The use time of the light emitting member 100 may be set as desired by the user at the user terminal 200 or may be set at the light emitting member 100 or may be determined by manual operation of the user terminal 200 .
Therefore, the determination of the set time (S250) and the determination of the off command (S270) determine whether such a situation occurs.
The transmitting step (S260) is a step of transmitting the end of use or the detection of a failure.
When the failure detection signal is received in the abnormal detection determination step S240, the light emission control unit 110 turns off the driving of the light emitting device or transmits a failure detection signal to the user terminal 200 while driving the remaining light emitting devices And controls the communication unit 120.
Alternatively, the light emission control unit 110 turns off the light emitting element and transmits a use end signal to the user terminal 200 when the end of the use time or the off command of the user terminal 200 is received.
That is, according to the present invention, even if the light emitting member 100 is not provided with a battery, power can be supplied through a smart phone or a notebook or a spare battery of a user, and a direct current method can be used. The oscillation preventing circuit is not required, which makes it possible to reduce the size and weight.
15 is a flowchart showing the disinfecting step of the storage member in the present invention.
Referring to FIG. 15, the disinfecting step S300 of the storage member 400 includes a waiting step S310 and a closing determining step S320 of determining whether a closing detection signal of the cover 420 is received during the waiting step S310 A disinfection step S330 for outputting UV, a setting time determination step S340 for counting the time set in the disinfection step S330, and a disconnection off and log information storage Step S350.
The waiting step S310 is a step for causing the light emitting unit to emit light to its own coil for the purpose of rhinitis treatment through the application execution step S100 of the user terminal and the light output step S200 of the light emitting member 100, To treat rhinitis.
The step of determining whether the cover is closed (S320) is a step of determining whether or not the storage control unit (410) has received the close detection signal of the cover (420). Here, the storage control unit 410 may determine that the cover 420 is closed through the detection signal of the cover sensor 420, through the detection signal of the cover sensor 430.
When the user closes the cover 420 after storing the light emitting member 100 in the receiving portion 440 of the storage member 400 after the user treats the rhinitis, the cover sensor 430 senses the light emitting member 100 and outputs it to the storage control unit 410 do.
The sterilizing step S330 is a step of driving the sterilizing unit 450 when the storage control unit 410 receives the close detection signal of the cover sensor 430. [ The sterilizer 450 is driven, for example, under the control of the storage controller 410 as a UV light emitting element that outputs UV.
Here, the present invention has been described in connection with the case where the sterilizer 450 is controlled through the cover 420 in the above-described embodiment, but the present invention is not limited thereto.
That is, according to another embodiment of the present invention, it may be possible to control the sterilizer 450 by detecting whether the light emitting member 100 is housed in the receptacle 440.
For example, in the present invention, the piezoelectric sensor is installed in the receiving part 440 to sense the weight of the light emitting member 100, or the light emitting element 100 and the light receiving element are installed in the receiving part 440, ) Can be detected.
In the above embodiment, the sterilizing unit 450 is driven by detecting the closing of the cover 420. When the cover 420 is opened regardless of whether the light emitting member 100 is stored or not, Therefore, when the cover is opened, it is possible to prevent the infiltration of contaminants or bacteria in the surroundings.
The sterilizing unit 450 may be installed in the receiving portion 440 to detect whether the upper cover 420 is closed or not. Or at the same time.
In the setting time determination step S340, the storage control unit 410 drives the sterilizer 450 and drives the timer 460 to count the time, thereby determining the elapse of the set time. The timer 460 counts the time under the control of the storage control unit 410 and outputs a completion signal to the storage control unit 410 when the set time is counted.
The sterilization off step S350 is a step in which the storage control unit 410 turns off the sterilizing unit 450 and generates and stores log information of the sterilizing unit 450 when the counting completion signal of the timer 460 is received. To this end, the storage member 400 may be mounted with a separate memory (not shown). More preferably, the storage member 400 may be provided with a communication interface such as USB to transmit log information stored in the connected user terminal 200 .
Accordingly, the present invention can be manufactured at a lower cost and can be made more compact and lighter in weight, so that it is easy to carry, and after the use of the light emitting member 100 after disinfection, it is stored and prevented from being contaminated by bacteria can do.
100: light emitting member 110:
120: light emitting communication unit 130:
131: Power connector 140: DC drive part
150: light emitting unit 160:
170: switch unit 200: user terminal
210: terminal control unit 220: application driving unit
221: Timer 222: Recording module
223: an alarm module 224: an application driving module
230: Input unit 240: Display
250: terminal power supply unit 251: power supply terminal
260: terminal communication unit 270:
300: power supply member 400: storage member
410: Storage controller 420: Cover
430: Cover sensor 440:
450: sterilizer 460: timer

Claims (12)

  1. A light emitting member having a plurality of light emitting elements for outputting light of different bands to a diseased part where a disease occurs;
    A storage member for storing and disinfecting the light emitting element of the light emitting member; And
    A user terminal connected to the light emitting member via wireless communication to drive the light emitting member; / RTI >
    The light-
    One DC driving unit for continuously outputting DC power as one set level;
    A switch unit for switching the power line connected to each of the plurality of light emitting devices in the one direct current driving unit to turn on / off the light emitting device;
    A light emission control unit for outputting a pulse-type control signal to the switch unit to turn on / off the switch unit so that the light emitting unit instantaneously emits light with an intensity of an instantaneous light amount penetrating into the affected part; And
    And an emitter communication unit performing wireless communication with the user terminal,
    The user terminal
    And a menu for inputting and setting a usage schedule of the light emitting device and a menu for selecting a driving command of the light emitting device, and a menu for inputting and setting a usage schedule of the light emitting device.
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  3. The method according to claim 1,
    And a power connector connected to a power supply member for supplying external power to supply power to the direct current driving unit,
    The power supply member
    A PDA, a navigation device, a desktop, and a spare battery equipped with a power terminal to which the power connector is connected.
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  5. The method according to claim 1,
    A sensing resistor provided between the direct current driver and the light emitting device; And
    And a failure detecting unit for detecting a failure of the light emitting device by using a voltage difference across both ends of the sense resistor.
  6. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the storage member
    A receiving portion for receiving the light emitting element;
    A cover sensor for sensing a closing of the cover for closing or opening the accommodating portion;
    A sterilizing unit for sterilizing the light emitting element stored in the accommodating portion; And
    And a storage control unit for driving the sterilizing unit when a cover detection signal of the cover sensor is received.
  7. A user terminal capable of wireless communication is provided with a user terminal for transmitting a driving command to a light emitting member provided with a plurality of light emitting elements for outputting light to a diseased part by outputting different light through an app, An app launch phase;
    And a switching unit for connecting a power supply line between a power supply line connected to each light emitting device and a DC driving unit for supplying DC power, A light output step of a light emitting member to supply a continuous direct current power outputted from the direct current driving part of the light emitting element to each light emitting element so as to emit light with an intensity of an instantaneous light amount penetrating into the affected part; And
    And disinfecting the storage member for outputting UV light for a predetermined period of time and disinfecting the storage unit when a cover closing the storage unit for storing the light emitting member is sensed,
    The application execution step of the user terminal
    An alarm setting step of setting a use period and an alarm for setting a period of using the light emitting member, a date and a time,
    An alarm determination step of comparing the date and time set in the alarm setting step with the current date and time to determine whether or not the alarm is present;
    An alarm step of outputting an alarm when the current date and time match the set date and time in the alarm determination step;
    A drive command transmission step of transmitting a drive command to the light emitting member when the drive command of the light emitting member is input from any one of the alarm setting step and the alarm step; And
    A recording and storing step of storing a usage history of a user including at least one of whether or not the light emitting member is used or not used during a date and time within a set period upon receiving a use completion signal from the light emitting member, A control method of a medical optical output apparatus using a DC power source including
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  10. 8. The method according to claim 7, wherein the light outputting step of the light emitting member
    A drive command receiving step of receiving a drive command from the user terminal;
    A direct current output step of continuously outputting a direct current power when the power connector is connected to the power supply member charged with the power and the power is supplied;
    A switch driving step of selectively turning on and off a power supply line connected to each light emitting element to repeatedly turn on and off each light emitting element according to a set time period;
    An abnormality detecting step of determining whether or not the light emitting device is detected as abnormal; And
    And a transmitting step of turning off the light emitting element and transmitting a use end signal to the user terminal if the at least one of the set time passes, the reception of the off command from the user terminal, and the failure detection of the light emitting element. A method for controlling a medical optical output device.
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