TW201616493A - System for alternating lighting of DRAM - Google Patents

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TW201616493A
TW201616493A TW104144516A TW104144516A TW201616493A TW 201616493 A TW201616493 A TW 201616493A TW 104144516 A TW104144516 A TW 104144516A TW 104144516 A TW104144516 A TW 104144516A TW 201616493 A TW201616493 A TW 201616493A
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鄭翰鴻
郭繼汾
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The present invention provides a dynamic random access memory lighting control system, comprising: a plurality of dynamic random access memories, each dynamic random access memory comprising a processing unit and a light emitting unit, the processing unit capable of driving the light emitting unit The illuminating unit is a illuminating module; the application is installed in a mobile electronic device, and the application can send signals to the dynamic random devices by using the mobile electronic device. The processing unit for accessing the memory is paired and recognized with the dynamic random access memory, and each of the processing units controls the illumination unit to emit light, so that the illumination module emits light in a specific mode.

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Dynamic random access memory illumination control system

The present invention relates to an illumination control system for a dynamic random access memory.

For example, the dynamic random access memory disclosed in TW201520737 has a substrate, a booster circuit and a plasma tube. The boosting circuit is disposed on the substrate, and the boosting circuit is electrically connected to the two power output ends; the opposite ends of the plasma tube have two electrodes electrically connected to the two power output ends.

However, in the case of such conventional dynamic random access memory, the change of the plasma tube or the light-emitting diode is relatively simple and unattractive.

On the other hand, the dynamic random access memory sold in the market has a fixed frequency, color, mode, and the like of the light-emitting diodes and the blinking, and the user cannot adjust the light-emitting mode according to his own needs or preferences.

The main object of the present invention is to provide a dynamic random access memory illumination control system capable of controlling the illumination mode of a dynamic random access memory by an application to meet user needs and preferences.

To achieve the above object, the present invention provides a dynamic random access memory lighting control system comprising a plurality of dynamic random access memories and an application.

Each of the DRAMs includes a processing unit and a light emitting unit, the processing unit can drive the light emitting unit to emit light in a specific mode, and the light emitting units are assembled into a light emitting module; the application is installed in an action In the electronic device, the application device can send signals to the processing units of the DRAM by the mobile electronic device, and pair and recognize the DRAMs, and control each processing unit. The light emitting unit emits light to cause the light emitting module to emit light in a specific mode.

Therefore, the system provided by the present invention enables the user to control and design the illumination mode of the dynamic random access memory by using a mobile electronic device (such as a smart phone) or the like according to needs or preferences.

10‧‧‧Dynamic random access memory

101‧‧‧Lighting module

11‧‧‧Shell

12‧‧‧Ontology

13‧‧‧Lighting unit

131‧‧‧Lighting diode

132‧‧‧Light guides

14‧‧‧Processing unit

20‧‧‧Mobile electronic devices

21‧‧‧Application

1 is a perspective view of a dynamic random access memory of the present invention.

2 is an exploded perspective view of the dynamic random access memory of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a schematic illustration of the system of the present invention.

The following is a description of the possible embodiments of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the invention as claimed.

Referring to FIG. 1 to FIG. 3, the present invention provides a dynamic random access memory illumination control system including a plurality of dynamic random access memories 10 and an application 21.

Each of the DRAMs 10 includes a housing 11 , a body 12 , a processing unit 14 , and a light emitting unit 13 . The body 12 , the processing unit 14 , and the light emitting unit 13 are received in the housing 11 . The processing unit 14 can drive the light emitting unit 13 to emit light in a specific mode. More specifically, each processing unit 14 of the DRAM 10 can control the illuminating frequency, the illuminating color, the illuminating delay time, and the flickering pattern of the illuminating unit 13; each of the illuminating units 13 preferably includes at least one illuminating unit. Preferably, each of the light-emitting units 13 further includes at least one light guide 132 adjacent to the light-emitting diode 131 and partially exposed to expose the light-emitting diode 131. The light illuminating unit 132 is permeable to the illuminating unit 132. Preferably, each of the illuminating units 13 includes a plurality of illuminating diodes 131. The colors of the illuminating diodes 131 are different from each other. Preferably, the light-emitting modules 101 are adjacent to each other, and each of the dynamic random access memories 10 also has a connector of a general practitioner or the like. The application 21 is installed in a mobile electronic device 20, and the application 21 can send signals to the processing units 14 of the dynamic random access memory 10 by the mobile electronic device 20, and the dynamic random storage. The memory 10 is paired and recognized, and each of the processing units 14 controls the light-emitting unit 13 to emit light, so that the light-emitting module 101 emits light in a specific mode. Preferably, each of the processing units 14 receives the mobile electronic device 20 from the mobile electronic device 20 The signal then causes the illumination unit 13 to repeat a particular illumination pattern in a cyclic manner.

In actual use, the DRAM 10 can be purchased and assembled by the user. The processing unit 14 of the DRAM 10 has some specific lighting modes or various types of devices. The combined elements (such as the duration of a single illumination, the interval between two illuminations, the color of the illumination, the intensity of the illumination, the frequency of the flicker, the delay time to start the illumination, etc.), when the dynamic random access memory 10 is installed Afterwards, the user can install the application 21 (which can be produced and provided to the user by the manufacturer of the dynamic random access memory) through a mobile electronic device 20 (such as a mobile electronic device such as a smart phone or a tablet). The wireless, remote (such as Bluetooth communication, infrared communication, etc.) The processing unit 14 of the random access memory (which must have a device for receiving signals, such as a Bluetooth receiver, an infrared receiver, etc.) emits a signal to cause the processing unit 14 to further control the illumination mode of the illumination unit 13, more specifically In this case, the application 21 provides a simple interface for the user to select one of the preset specific lighting modes. For example, if the application detects that there are three dynamic random access memories, it is convenient to display all three dynamic random accesses on the interface. The illuminating mode that the memory combination can perform, and assume that the user selects the mode that "each illuminating unit flashes three times in one second, no interval between them, and circulates", and the application is actually the first The DRAM sends an indication of "delay time 0, three seconds flashing three times, two light-emitting intervals of 2 seconds", and the second dynamic random access memory is issued with "delay time 1 second, one second flashing" The indication of the interval between three times and two times of illumination is 2 seconds", and the third dynamic random access memory is issued with "delay time of 2 seconds, one second of flashing three" , The light emitting time interval of 2 seconds twice "indication, emitting three light-emitting units will be combined so that the light-emitting module exhibits a specific pattern of light emission.

The last section only shows an example of the mechanism by which the application controls the lighting mode of the lighting module. However, it is not limited to this. The application can also provide a custom interface to allow the user to design a unique lighting mode, or even a coloring interface. Controlling the illuminating color of the illuminating unit (the actual mechanism is to control whether the illuminating diodes of the different colors are different), and may have other additional convenient functions, such as a voice-activated illuminating mode.

In summary, the dynamic random access memory illumination control system provided by the illumination can be used by the user to adjust the illumination mode of the illumination module at will, and can provide various diversifications according to the number of dynamic random access memories. Illumination mode, even for users to design their own lighting mode and color, etc., the same dynamic random access memory can be purchased to achieve the lighting mode customization, ten Progress.

10‧‧‧Dynamic random access memory

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Claims (9)

  1. A dynamic random access memory illumination control system comprising: a plurality of dynamic random access memories, each dynamic random access memory comprising a processing unit and a lighting unit, the processing unit capable of driving the lighting unit in a specific mode The illuminating unit is a illuminating module; the application is installed in a mobile electronic device, and the application can send signals to the dynamic random access memory by using the mobile electronic device. The processing unit of the body pairs and recognizes the dynamic random access memory, and each of the processing units controls the light emitting unit to emit light, so that the light emitting module emits light in a specific mode.
  2. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system of claim 1, wherein the light emitting units are adjacent to each other.
  3. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system of claim 1, wherein each of the light emitting units comprises at least one light emitting diode.
  4. The DRAM lighting control system of claim 3, wherein each of the light-emitting units further comprises at least one light guide, the light guide is adjacent to the light-emitting diode and partially exposed to The light of the light emitting diode is transmitted through the light guide.
  5. The dynamic random access memory illuminating control system of claim 3, wherein each of the illuminating units comprises a plurality of illuminating diodes, the colors of the illuminating diodes being different from each other.
  6. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system of claim 1, wherein each of the processing units of the dynamic random access memory is capable of controlling a light emitting frequency, a light emitting color, a light emitting delay time, and a blinking pattern of the light emitting unit.
  7. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system of claim 1, wherein each of the processing orders After receiving the signal from the mobile electronic device, the light unit repeats the specific lighting mode in a cyclic manner.
  8. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system of any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the processing unit communicates with the mobile electronic device by Bluetooth communication.
  9. The dynamic random access memory lighting control system according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the processing unit communicates with the mobile electronic device by infrared communication.
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