TW201504574A - Reflector of dental lamp - Google Patents

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TW201504574A
TW201504574A TW102125925A TW102125925A TW201504574A TW 201504574 A TW201504574 A TW 201504574A TW 102125925 A TW102125925 A TW 102125925A TW 102125925 A TW102125925 A TW 102125925A TW 201504574 A TW201504574 A TW 201504574A
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A reflector of dental lamp includes a reflecting module. The reflecting module comprises a plurality of reflectors; the plurality of reflectors is checkerboard arrangement and each of the reflectors is connects with each other. Each of the reflectors comprises a length, a width, a first angle and a second angle. The plurality of reflectors is able to reflex a LED light source to a rectangular illuminated region, the plurality of can improve the illumination of the rectangular illuminated region and inhibit the shadows produced to fit the illuminance and the shadowless standard of the dental lamp.

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Dental lamp reflector

The present invention relates to a reflector for a dental light, and more particularly to a reflector for a dental light that meets the requirements of high illumination and shadowless.

Please refer to Taiwan Patent Application No. 099223066 "Reflective LED Dentist Lamp". The reflective LED dentist lamp comprises a light-emitting diode lamp module frame riding surface and a plurality of light-emitting diode lamp module frames, each of which emits The diode lamp module frame is composed of a two-curved curved surface and a supporting frame, and a plurality of multi-structure reflecting surfaces are flatly spread on the surfaces of the curved curved surfaces to concentrate the light sources of the light-emitting diodes, but The multi-structure reflective surface is a flat surface, so the multi-structure reflective surfaces cannot be closely attached to the curved curved surfaces, so that the light actually reflected by the multi-structure reflective surfaces cannot be as curved as the curved surface. The reflection path of the design is reflected, causing insufficient illumination or shadowing.

The main purpose of the present invention is to reduce the illumination of the light source by reflecting the light source into a rectangular illumination area by the width, length, first angle and second angle of each mirror. Or the occurrence of shadows occurs to meet the requirements of high illumination (illuminance) and shadowless.

The reflector of the dental lamp of the present invention comprises a reflective module, the reflective module has a plurality of mirrors arranged in a checkerboard shape and connected to each other, the mirrors defining an x-axis-y-axis coordinate system The coordinates of each of the mirrors are defined as (m, n), and m and n are integers, wherein the coordinates of the mirror located at the center of the reflective module are (0, 0), and each of the mirrors has two a long side and two short side rectangular mirrors, each of the long sides parallel to the y axis, each of the short sides being parallel to the x axis, and each of the mirrors has a width and a length, wherein when the coordinates of each of the mirrors are m When the number is odd, the width of each of the mirrors is a first fixed value. When the coordinates m of each of the mirrors are 0 or even, each of the mirrors has m=0, 2, 4, and 6. The mirror is a first group, m=8, 10, 12, 14 is a second group, m=16, 18, 20, 22 is a third group, m=24, 26, 28, 30 For a fourth group, the widths of the mirrors in the same group are the same, and the width of each of the mirrors of the fourth group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the third group. , the third group The width of each of the mirrors is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the second group, and the width of each of the mirrors of the second group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the first group. The width of each of the mirrors of the first group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors when the coordinates m of the mirrors are an odd number, wherein each of the mirrors when the coordinates n of the mirrors are an odd number The length is a second fixed value. When the coordinates n of each of the mirrors are even, each of the mirrors has a mirror of n=0, 2, 4 as a fifth group, and n=6 is a sixth group, n=8 is a seventh group, n=10 is an eighth group, the length of each of the mirrors in the same group is the same, and the reflection of the eighth group The length of the mirror is greater than the length of the mirror of the seventh group, the length of the mirror of the seventh group is greater than the length of the mirror of the sixth group, the sixth group The length of the mirror is greater than The length of each of the mirrors of the fifth group, the length of each of the mirrors of the fifth group is greater than the length of each of the mirrors when the coordinates n of the mirrors are odd, wherein each of the mirrors The mirror is inclined at a first angle with respect to the coordinate (0, 0) toward the y-axis direction, and each of the mirrors is tilted obliquely with respect to the x-axis direction with respect to the coordinate (0, 0) At two angles, when the coordinates m of each of the mirrors is less than 17, a first difference is formed between the first angles of the mirrors adjacent to each other in the x-axis direction, so that the first angle of each of the mirrors is The coordinates of each of the mirrors are incremented by m=0 to m=16, and when the coordinates m of the mirrors are not less than 17, the first angle between the mirrors adjacent to each other in the x-axis direction has a first The two differences are such that the first angle of each of the mirrors is increased by the coordinates of each of the mirrors m=17 to m=30, and when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors are less than 5, adjacent to each other in the y-axis direction a second difference between the second angles of the mirrors, such that the second angle of each of the mirrors is incremented by a coordinate of each of the mirrors n=0 to n=4, when each When the coordinate n of the light mirror is not less than 5, a fourth difference is formed between the second angles of the mirrors adjacent to each other in the y-axis direction, so that the second angle of each of the mirrors is determined by each of the mirrors The coordinates n=5 are incremented by n=10.

According to the length, the width, the first angle and the second angle of the mirror of the reflector of the dental lamp, an appropriate LED light source can be reflected to an area of 700 mm away, and A shadowless illumination area of 200 mm in length and 100 mm in width is formed on the area, and has good illumination to meet the international specifications of illuminance and shadowless of dental lamps.

100‧‧‧Dental lamp reflector

110‧‧‧Reflective Module

111‧‧‧Mirror

111a‧‧‧Longside

111b‧‧‧ Short side

θ 1‧‧‧ first angle

θ 2‧‧‧second angle

1 is a perspective view of a reflector of a dental light in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a plan view of a reflector of the dental light in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a partial enlarged view of a reflector of the dental light in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 4: A cross-sectional view of the reflector of the dental light taken along line A-A of Figure 1.

Figure 5: A cross-sectional view of the reflector of the dental light taken along line B-B of Figure 1.

Referring to Figures 1, 2 and 3, in one embodiment of the present invention, a reflector 100 for a dental lamp includes a reflective module 110 having a plurality of mirrors 111, the mirrors 111 is arranged in a checkerboard shape and connected to each other. The mirrors 111 define an x-axis-y-axis coordinate system, and the coordinates of each of the mirrors 111 are defined as (m, n), and m and n are integers, and each of the mirrors 111 is a unit of the x-axis-y-axis coordinate system, wherein the mirror 111 located at the center of the reflective module 110 has a coordinate of (0, 0), and the mirror 111 is located at coordinates (0, 0). The coordinate of the mirror 111 on the right side is (1, 0), and the coordinates of the mirror 111 on the upper side of the mirror 111 with coordinates (0, 0) are (0, 1), and each of the mirrors 111 has The rectangular mirrors of the two long sides 111a and the two short sides 111b, each of the long sides 111a is parallel to the y-axis, and each of the short sides 111b is parallel to the x-axis. Further, each of the mirrors 111 has a width and a length, wherein the mirror 111 has a width and a length. The width of the mirror (0, 0) in the center of the reflector module is between 3.4 mm and 3.6 mm, and the length of the mirror (0, 0) located in the center of the reflector module is between 8.3 mm. 111 of the same width between 8.5mm, and in the same row (the same coordinate n) of the plurality of the same length of the mirror 111 in the same row (the same coordinate m) of the plurality of mirrors.

Referring to FIG. 3, when the coordinates m of each of the mirrors 111 are odd, the width of each of the mirrors is a first fixed value. In this embodiment, the first fixed value is between 0.35 mm and 0.55. Between mm, when the coordinates m of each of the mirrors 111 are 0 or even, each of the mirrors 111 Then, the mirrors 111 with m=0, 2, 4, 6 are a first group, m=8, 10, 12, 14 are a second group, and m=16, 18, 20, 22 are a third group, m=24, 26, 28, 30 is a fourth group, and the width of each of the mirrors 111 in the same group is the same, and each of the mirrors 111 of the fourth group The width is greater than the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the third group, and the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the third group has a third difference from the width of each of the mirrors of the fourth group. The width of each of the mirrors 111 of the third group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the second group, and the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the second group is different from the width of the mirror 111 The width of each of the mirrors 111 of the three groups has a second difference value, and the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the second group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the first group. And the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the first group and the width of each of the mirrors 111 of the second group have a first difference value, and each of the mirrors 111 of the first group The width of the mirror is larger than the seat of each of the mirrors In the embodiment, the first difference value, the second difference value, and the third difference value are the same. Preferably, the first difference value is the width of the mirror 111. The second difference value and the third difference value are both 0.2 mm.

Referring to FIG. 3, when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors 111 are odd, the length of each of the mirrors 111 is a second fixed value. In this embodiment, the second fixed value is between 1.1 mm and Between 1.3mm, when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors 111 are even, each of the mirrors 111 has a mirror of n=0, 2, 4 as a fifth group, and n=6 is a sixth. The group, n=8 is a seventh group, n=10 is an eighth group, the lengths of the mirrors 111 in the same group are the same, and the mirror 111 of the eighth group The length of the mirror 111 is greater than the length of the mirror 111 of the seventh group, and the length of the mirror 111 of the seventh group and the width of the mirror 111 of the eighth group are a sixth difference value, the length of the mirror 111 of the seventh group is greater than the sixth group The length of the mirror 111 is set, and the length of the mirror of the sixth group 111 and the length of the mirror 111 of the seventh group have a fifth difference value, the sixth The length of the mirror 111 of the group is greater than the length of each of the mirrors 111 of the fifth group, and the length of each of the mirrors 111 of the fifth group and the mirror of the sixth group The length of the mirror 111 has a fourth difference value. The length of each of the mirrors 111 of the first group is greater than the length of each of the mirrors 111 when the coordinates n of the mirrors are odd. In an embodiment, the fourth difference value, the fifth difference value, and the sixth difference value are the same. Preferably, the fourth difference value, the fifth difference value, and the sixth difference value are both 2.2 mm. .

Referring to FIGS. 1 and 4, since the reflector 100 of the dental lamp is of a bowl type, each of the mirrors 111 is inclined with respect to the mirror 111 having coordinates (0, 0), and each of the mirrors 111 is The mirror 111 is tilted toward the y-axis direction by a first angle θ1 with respect to coordinates (0, 0), and each of the mirrors 111 is tilted toward the x-axis with respect to the mirror 111 having a coordinate of (0, 0). The first angle θ 1 and the second angle θ 2 of the mirror 111 (0, 0) located at the center of the light reflecting module 110 are both 0 degrees.

Please refer to Figures 2 and 4, which are cross-sectional views of the AA line of Fig. 2. It can be seen that the mirror with coordinates (1, 0) is inclined to the y-axis with respect to the mirror (0, 0). The first angle θ 1 has a first difference between the first angles θ 1 of the mirrors 111 adjacent to each other in the x-axis direction when the coordinates m of the mirrors 111 are less than 17. The first angle θ 1 of each of the mirrors 111 is incremented by the coordinates of each of the mirrors m=0 to m=16, and when the coordinates m of the mirrors 111 are not less than 17, adjacent in the x-axis direction A first difference between the first angles θ 1 of the mirrors is such that the first angle θ 1 of each of the mirrors 111 is increased by a coordinate m=17 of each of the mirrors 111 to m=30. Therefore, the first angle θ 1 of each of the mirrors 111 is at coordinates m=0 to m=16. a first difference series, and the tolerance of the first difference series is the first difference, preferably, the first difference is 1.3 degrees, and the first angle θ of each of the mirrors 111 1 is a second-difference progression from the coordinates m=17 to m=30, and the tolerance of the second-equivalent series is the second difference. Preferably, the second difference is 1 degree.

Referring to Figures 2 and 5, which are cross-sectional views of the BB line of Fig. 2, it can be seen that the mirror 111 having coordinates (0, 1) is (0, 0) and the mirror 111 is oriented toward the x-axis. The second angle θ 2 of the direction tilt, wherein when the coordinate n of each of the mirrors 111 is less than 5, the second angle θ 2 of each of the mirrors 111 adjacent to the y-axis direction has a third difference The value is such that the second angle θ 2 of each of the mirrors 111 is incremented by the coordinates n=0 of the mirrors 111 to n=4, and when the coordinates n of the mirrors 111 are not less than 5, in the y-axis direction. A second difference between the second angles θ 2 of the adjacent mirrors 111 is such that the second angle θ 2 of each of the mirrors 111 is from the coordinates of each of the mirrors n=5 to n= 10 is incremented, therefore, the second angle θ 2 of each of the mirrors 111 is a third-equivalent series from the coordinates n=0 to n=4, and the tolerance of the third-equivalent series is the third difference. Preferably, the third difference is 3 degrees, and the second angle θ 2 of each of the mirrors 111 is a fourth-difference series from the coordinates n=5 to n=10, and the fourth The tolerance of the difference series is the fourth difference, preferably, the fourth Value of 3.5 degrees.

According to the length, the width, the first angle θ 1 and the second angle θ 2 of the mirror 111 of the reflector 100 of the dental lamp, an appropriate LED light source (not shown) can be used. Reflected to an area of 700mm (not shown), and formed a shadowless area of 200mm in length and 100mm in width, and has good illumination to meet the high illumination (illuminance) and absence of dental lamps. The international norm of shadowless.

The scope of the present invention is defined by the scope of the appended claims, and any changes and modifications made by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention are within the scope of the present invention. .

100‧‧‧Dental lamp reflector

110‧‧‧Reflective Module

111‧‧‧Mirror

111a‧‧‧Longside

111b‧‧‧ Short side

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  1. A reflector for a dental light, comprising: a reflective module having a plurality of mirrors arranged in a checkerboard shape and connected to each other, the mirrors defining an x-axis-y-axis coordinate system, each of the reflective The coordinates of the mirror are defined as (m, n), and m and n are integers. The coordinates of the mirror located in the center of the reflective module are (0, 0), and each of the mirrors has two long sides and two a short-side rectangular mirror, each of the long sides paralleling the y-axis, each of the short sides paralleling the x-axis, each of the mirrors having a width and a length, wherein when the coordinates m of each of the mirrors are odd, each of the mirrors The width of the mirror is a first fixed value. When the coordinates m of each of the mirrors are 0 or even, each of the mirrors has the mirrors of m=0, 2, 4, 6 as a first a group, m=8, 10, 12, 14 is a second group, m=16, 18, 20, 22 is a third group, m=24, 26, 28, 30 is a fourth group The width of each of the mirrors in the same group is the same, and the width of each of the mirrors of the fourth group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the third group, the third group Group of each of the mirrors The width is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the second group, the width of each of the mirrors of the second group is greater than the width of each of the mirrors of the first group, the first group The width of each of the mirrors is greater than the width of each of the mirrors when the coordinates of the mirrors are odd, wherein when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors are odd, the length of each of the mirrors is one Two fixed values, when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors are even numbers, then each of the mirrors has a mirror of n=0, 2, 4 as a fifth group, and n=6 is a sixth group. n=8 is a seventh group, n=10 is an eighth group, the length of each of the mirrors in the same group is the same, and the length of the mirror of the eighth group is greater than the length a length of the mirror of the seventh group, the length of the mirror of the seventh group being greater than the length of the mirror of the sixth group, the length of the mirror of the sixth group Big For the length of each of the mirrors of the fifth group, the length of each of the mirrors of the fifth group is greater than the length of each of the mirrors when the coordinates n of the mirrors are an odd number, wherein each The mirror is inclined at a first angle with respect to the y-axis direction with respect to the mirror (0, 0), and each of the mirrors is tilted obliquely with respect to the x-axis direction with respect to the coordinate (0, 0) of the mirror. a second angle, when the coordinates m of each of the mirrors is less than 17, a first difference between the first angles of the mirrors adjacent to each other in the x-axis direction, so that the first of the mirrors is first The angle is increased by the coordinates of each of the mirrors m=0 to m=16. When the coordinates m of each of the mirrors are not less than 17, the first angle between the mirrors adjacent to each other in the x-axis direction has a The second difference is such that the first angle of each of the mirrors is increased by the coordinates of each of the mirrors m=17 to m=30, and when the coordinates n of each of the mirrors are less than 5, adjacent to each other in the y-axis direction a second difference between the second angles of each of the mirrors, such that the second angle of each of the mirrors is incremented by a coordinate of each of the mirrors n=0 to n=4, when each When the coordinate n of the mirror is not less than 5, a fourth difference is formed between the second angles of the mirrors adjacent to each other in the y-axis direction, so that the second angle of each of the mirrors is changed by each of the mirrors The coordinates n=5 are incremented by n=10.
  2. The reflector of the dental lamp of claim 1, wherein the width of the mirror (0, 0) located in the center of the reflector module is between 3.4 mm and 3.6 mm.
  3. The reflector of the dental light of claim 2, wherein the first fixed value is between 0.35 mm and 0.55 mm.
  4. The reflector of the dental light of claim 2, wherein the width of each of the mirrors of the first group and the width of each of the mirrors of the second group have a first a difference value, a width of each of the mirrors of the second group, and a width of each of the mirrors of the third group, a width of each of the mirrors of the third group With the fourth The width of each of the mirrors of the group has a third difference value, and the first difference value, the second difference value, and the third difference value are the same size.
  5. The reflector of the dental light of claim 4, wherein the first difference value, the second difference value, and the third difference value are 0.2 mm.
  6. The reflector of the dental light of claim 1, wherein the length of the mirror (0, 0) located in the center of the reflective module is between 8.3 mm and 8.5 mm.
  7. The reflector of the dental light of claim 6, wherein the second fixed value is between 1.1 mm and 1.3 mm.
  8. The reflector of the dental light of claim 6, wherein the length of each of the mirrors of the fifth group has a fourth difference from the length of the mirror of the sixth group a value, the length of the mirror of the sixth group and the length of the mirror of the seventh group having a fifth difference value, the length of the mirror of the seventh group and the length The width of the mirror of the eighth group has a sixth difference value, and the fourth difference value, the fifth difference value, and the sixth difference value are the same size.
  9. The reflector of the dental light of claim 8, wherein the fourth difference value, the fifth difference value, and the sixth difference value are 2.2 mm.
  10. The reflector of the dental light of claim 1, wherein the first difference is 1.3 degrees and the second difference is 1 degree.
  11. The reflector of the dental light of claim 1, wherein the third difference is 3 degrees and the fourth difference is 3.5 degrees.
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