SU1555598A1 - Decorative luminaire - Google Patents

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SU1555598A1
SU1555598A1 SU874309702A SU4309702A SU1555598A1 SU 1555598 A1 SU1555598 A1 SU 1555598A1 SU 874309702 A SU874309702 A SU 874309702A SU 4309702 A SU4309702 A SU 4309702A SU 1555598 A1 SU1555598 A1 SU 1555598A1
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Игорь Александрович Коробченко
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The invention relates to the design of a decorative lamp and can be used in window dressing, apartment interiors, and movie theaters. The purpose of the invention is to enhance the decorative effect by expanding the color gamut of the glow of the output ends of the lamp light guides. The lamp consists of coaxially mounted light source 5 of a spherical reflector 6, a disk 11 with light filters 12, a transparent plate 13 of directionally diffused transmission, and a beam 1 of optical fibers 2 fastened at the input end 3. In this case, the output ends of the light guides 2 outside the lamp form a spherical surface . The spherical reflector 6 is provided with a drive for reciprocating movement along the optical axis of the luminaire, which makes it possible to separate the flow of the light source 5 into two streams, each of which enters the input ends of the 3 light guides 2 at different aperture angles, with some of them passing through different light filters 12. 2 z. p. f-ly, 6 ill.

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(46) 04/07/90. Vul. No. 13 (75) I.L. Korobchenko (53) 628.952.9 (088. 8) (56) Patent of France B 2085940, 101. F 21 V 33/00, 1972.

 Patent of France No. 2431659, cl. K 21 P 3/00, 1980.

US Patent No. 3803398, cl. F 21 S 1/12, 1974.

USSR Author's Certificate K 1362894, cl. F 21 P 3/00,

(54) DECORATIVE LAMP

1986

(57) The invention relates to the design of a decorative lamp and can be used in window dressing, apartment interiors, and movie theaters. The purpose of the invention is to enhance the decorative effect by expanding the color gamut of the glow of the output ends of the lamp light guides. The luminaire consists of a coaxially mounted light source 5, a spherical reflector 6, a disk 11 with optical filters 12, a transparent plate 13 of directionally diffused transmission, and a beam 1 of optical fibers 2 fastened at the input end 3. In this case

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the exit e1 the ends of the light guides 2 outside the lamp form a spherical surface. The spherical reflector 6 is provided with a drive for reciprocating movement along the optical axis of the luminaire, which allows

The invention relates to the field of lighting engineering and can be used to create J5 decorative effects in window dressing, apartment interiors, restaurants, and movie theaters.

The aim of the invention is to increase the decorative effect of a decorative lamp by expanding the color of the 20 totav range of light output of the light guides.

FIG. 1 shows the lamp, a general view; in fig. 2 and 3 are forms for placing light filters in a disk; at 25 of FIG. 4 - reflector drive cam; in fig. 5 - the course of rays in the lamp when moving a spherical reflector; in fig. 6 shows the radiation indicatrices of the output end of the fiber. here

The decorative luminaire comprises a bundle of 1 optical fibers 2, fastened at its input end 3, a coupling 4, and an illuminator with a source 5, a light, a spherical reflector 6 and,. a colliding lens 7. The optical axis 8 of the illuminator is aligned with the axis 9 of the bonded end 10 of the beam 1 of the optical fibers 2. Between the illuminator and the input end of the beam 3 of the optical fibers 2 are placed a disk 11 with optical filters 12 and a transparent plate 13 with directionally scattered transmission. In the disk 11, the light filters 12 in the radial direction 14 (FIGS. 2 and 3) are made of prod5 cancer material of different colors. On one side, the spherical reflector 6 is provided with squeezing springs 15, and on the other, with a drive for moving it along the optical axis 8 of the illuminator, including the engine 16, rigidly fixed on the wall of the housing 17. A special cam 19 is fixed on the shaft 18 of the engine 16 (FIG. 4) 1, which is designed in such a way that the removal, ,, of its working surface 20 from the axis of rotation 21, smoothly decreases over 180 from position 1 clockwise to position VIII,

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divide the flow of the source 5 light into

two streams, each of which enters the input ends of 3 light guides 2 at different aperture angles, with some of them passing through different light filters 12. 2 Cp f-ly, 6 ill.

and from position VIII there is a sharp rise of the working surface 20 within 45 to position 1. This cam shape 19 allows you to move the spherical reflector 6 down smoothly and smoothly and quickly return it to its original upper position, which makes it possible to get the effect of moving the luminous ends of the optical fibers 2 from the center of the luminaire to its periphery, and the effect of moving the light in the opposite direction will not be noticed by the observer due to the speed of its movement, commensurate with the reaction of vision.

Decorative lamp works as follows.

From the switched on source 5 (Fig. 5, the radiation propagates through the optical filters 12 to the input end 3 in two ways: directly from the source 5 and reflected from the spherical reflector 6. The fundamental difference in obtaining the claimed decorative effect between the luminaries with the collimating lens 7 (fig. 1) and without it (fig. 5) are not present, since the plate 13 of the directionally diffused transmission creates the conditions of additive color mixing at the output of the optical fibers 2.

When finding the spherical reflector 6 in position 6-0, when the center of its curvature is aligned with the center of the source 5, the light; direct (for example, beam 22) directed toward the reflector 6 (beam 23) and reflected from it (beam 24) coincide in direction, scatter equally on the plate 13 and exit the output ends of the optical fibers 2 (for example, optical fiber 2 -0) within a common indicatrix of radiation. At the output ends of the light guides 2, a color pattern is formed, determined by the primary colors of the filters 12. When the engine 16 is rotated by the cam 19, the spherical reflector 6 slowly moves to the position L-A, 6-B, 6-B,

however, the directions of the reflected beams (for example, beams 25 and 2b) do not coincide with the direction of the direct beams (for example, beams 22, 27 and 28), which allows to illuminate the portion of the plate 13 in front of the input end 3 of the light guide 2 (for example, 2-B) with rays of different spectral composition, the input end 3 of the light guide 2 is colored in. additive color, which corresponds to the color of the output end of this light guide 2 at a certain angle. When the observer's location changes, the color of the output end also changes. With a smooth movement of the spherical reflector 6 in the positions 6-A, 6-B, 6-B, the directions of the reflected rays continuously change with us 12 - or around the axis of the illuminator 8, or around an axis parallel to it. Such relative rotation can be useful only in the case of the placement of light filters according to the shape of FIG. 3

The use of the luminaire design provides:

the effect of the flickering light on the output ends of the optical fibers of the beam from the center to the periphery (in the radial directions of the external spherical surface);

an increase in the number of color shades - 15 at the output of the optical fiber compared with the number of used filters;

the effect of moving a lot of twinkling lights in the radial direction

while simultaneously directing the direct rays from the 5,20-color source along helical lines, this creates the conditions for obtaining varying shades of their shades (from the added additive colors. Full rotation of the disk with the light-additive color filters or bundle light guides); At the end face 3 of the light guide 2, different possibilities of observing one and the indicatrices formed by the plates-25 of the same output ends in different colors 13 within the calculated aperture angle oLp of the light guide 2 are transmitted to the output end in the form of symmetrical output apertures (FIG. . 6). For example, in the direction of the beams 28, with 30 additive mixing, the radiation of color 29 will be significantly more than the radiation of color 30, and in the direction of the rays 2b there will be more rays of color 30 compared to the rays of color 29. Thus, the same output

tach and shades depending on the viewing angle by the observer.

Claims (2)

  1. Invention Formula
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    1. A decorative luminaire containing an installed coaxially spherical reflector, a light source, a disk with light filters, a transparent plate of directionally diffused transmission, and a bundle of optical fibers fastened at the input end of the beam facing the light source, characterized in that Light guide 2 at different angles of sight will have a different color. When a spherical reflector 6 is quickly returned to its original position 6-0, the brightness of all output ends will quickly increase, creating a flickering effect on the surface of the luminous1. A decorative luminaire containing installed coaxially spherical reflector, a light source, a light filter disk, a transparent plate directionally diffuse transmission and a bundle of optical fibers fastened at the input end of the beam, facing the light source, characterized in that with the aim of drooping; besides the flicker effect
    40 enhances the decorative effect by expanding the color gamut of the output ends of the light guides; it is equipped with a reciprocating drive, with a spherical
    When the color changes abruptly, the от Razhatel is installed AND by the possibility of that part of the output ends when moving the spherical reflector 6 along the optical axis of the beam in the direction of the axis 9. All this increases the decorative effect.
    In addition, to further enhance the decorative effect by further changing the colors of the output ends along each radial direction of the outer surface of the luminaire, the disk with light filters 12 or the whole 55 bundle 1 of optical fibers 2 can be tweaked and connected to the specified drive.
  2. 2. Luminaire pop: 1, characterized in that the disk uses filters with variable spectral characteristics along any radial direction of the disk.
    3 A luminaire as defined in claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the fiber optic light guide is mounted for rotation around its axis.
    Fully rotatable: Beam 1 - around the axis 9 of the bonded end 10, and the disk 11 from the light filter 55986
    mi 12 - or around the axis 8 illuminator, or around an axis parallel to it. Such relative rotation can be useful only in the case of the placement of light filters according to the shape of FIG. 3
    The use of the luminaire design provides:
    the effect of the flickering light on the output ends of the optical fibers of the beam from the center to the periphery (in the radial directions of the external spherical surface);
    an increase in the number of color shades - 15 at the output of the optical fiber compared with the number of used filters;
    the effect of moving a lot of twinkling lights in the radial direction
    filters or bundle light guides); possibility of observing the same output ends in different colors
    tach and shades depending on the viewing angle by the observer.
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    filters or bundle light guides); possibility of observing the same output ends in different colors
    1. A decorative luminaire containing an installed coaxially spherical reflector, a light source, a disk with light filters, a transparent plate of directionally diffused transmission, and a bundle of optical fibers fastened at the input end of the beam facing the light source, characterized in that The tractor is mounted AND able to move along the optical axis of the light
    the link and is associated with the specified drive.
    2. Luminaire pop: 1, characterized in that the disk uses filters with variable spectral characteristics along any radial direction of the disk.
    3 A luminaire as defined in claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the fiber optic light guide is mounted for rotation around its axis.
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US5365413A (en) * 1992-03-09 1994-11-15 Zizala Lichtsysteme Gmbh Vehicle lighting system

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US5365413A (en) * 1992-03-09 1994-11-15 Zizala Lichtsysteme Gmbh Vehicle lighting system

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