TWI495823B - Detachable lighting fixture - Google Patents

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TWI495823B
TWI495823B TW101146815A TW101146815A TWI495823B TW I495823 B TWI495823 B TW I495823B TW 101146815 A TW101146815 A TW 101146815A TW 101146815 A TW101146815 A TW 101146815A TW I495823 B TWI495823 B TW I495823B
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Detachable embedded lighting device
The present invention relates to a lighting device, and more particularly to a detachable embedded lighting device (such as a xenon lamp) including a detachable automatic lighting module. The detachable automatic light-emitting module comprises a plurality of light-emitting units and power supply units in a COB package and is disposed on the same substrate at the same time, so that the light-emitting unit can be directly and repeatedly disassembled and re-installed; Handheld lighting (such as a flashlight).
The use of light is closely related to human life. In the field of lighting applications, in recent years, the global environmental awareness of energy saving and carbon reduction has gradually increased, and the light-emitting diode (LED) has high energy-saving characteristics due to its electrical conversion. It is widely used as one of the main light sources for lighting applications and equipment.
Although the LED has the energy-saving advantages of electro-optical conversion, in terms of the characteristics of the LED die itself, since it is an element of electro-optical light, it naturally generates waste heat, and how to effectively discharge or dissipate the waste heat generated when the LED emits light, For an important topic. The common LED light-emitting modules on the market mostly use LED dies to be packaged on the base, after the wires are formed or formed on the upper surface, and then the LED dies are soldered or bonded to a substrate or a circuit board. The LED lighting module. However, in the case of a high-power LED lighting module that can be applied to general illumination, such a package must still have an additional heat dissipation structure, etc., and the connection between the base of the LED die and the substrate or the circuit board. Whether it is Welding or bonding must carefully consider the thermal resistance of the bonding material and bonding material used, and the tightness to achieve the desired heat dissipation.
Furthermore, in terms of the power supply required for lighting, many wires and their power supply equipment must be re-planned and replaced in response to the replacement and installation of LED lighting equipment or devices, which will result in many costs and manpower. Increased. In short, since the power supply provided by the power company is mostly AC, it does not match the DC power of most of the LEDs currently available on the market. Therefore, the converter or circuit design is used to convert AC power to DC power and Its associated voltage and current are necessary. Therefore, if it is necessary to replace the existing traditional lighting equipment for LED lighting, etc., the required circuits and the overall power supply equipment or conversion equipment are inevitably unavoidable. Moreover, although LED lighting equipment currently on the market is equipped with converters or related circuits, etc., in order to facilitate the connection of the mains, there are still circuits in which these LED lighting devices or devices are repaired, replaced, and disassembled. The inconvenience of joining or re-equipping.
In view of the above shortcomings and disadvantages of the prior art, the inventors have overcome the disadvantages and provide a detachable embedded illumination device according to the present invention, its advantages, technical features/means and effects, etc., as will be described later.
An object of the present invention is to provide a detachable embedded illuminating device having a detachable automatic illuminating module using a chip-on-board (COB) package on a board-connected chip for good illumination. Unit heat dissipation; can be installed in a package It is used as general lighting when it is set.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a detachable embedded illuminating device having a detachable automatic light emitting module in which a power supply unit and a light emitting unit are simultaneously disposed on the same substrate. That is, the detachable automatic light-emitting module includes a plurality of light-emitting units fixed to a substrate by using a COB package or a punching method, and a power supply unit (such as a lithium battery or a charging device) is also disposed on the substrate. The battery (battery), the automatic lighting module of the lighting device of the present invention will have a smaller size and novel design than the general LED lighting module, the power module or the combination thereof. Therefore, it can simultaneously take into account the effective heat dissipation of the light-emitting unit, and also has the function of being easily and repeatedly disassembled and re-installed. The user or the installer can directly repair the automatic lighting module of the lighting device of the present invention to repair, replace, etc. without disassembling the entire device of the lighting device of the present invention to a mounting position, thereby Improve the inconvenience of reconnecting power supply circuits or wires, etc. for installation, repeated disassembly and maintenance of lighting devices.
Still another object of the present invention is to provide a detachable embedded lighting device including a sensing module. The sensing module is electrically connected to the detachable automatic light emitting module to detect the movement of the external object, and to determine and control whether the detachable automatic light emitting module emits light according to the movement of the external object.
Still another object of the present invention is to provide a detachable embedded lighting device including a wireless charging unit. The wireless charging unit can generate power through the electromagnetic induction of an external electromagnetic induction power supply device, so that the wireless charging unit generates power. The lighting device of the present invention does not need to have external wires to form an electrical connection, but also supplies the required power to the lighting module and the power module, thereby improving the installation of the lighting device, re-disassembly and maintenance, etc. Inconvenience of circuits or wires.
In an embodiment of the present invention, a detachable embedded illumination device is provided, including a housing; a detachable automatic lighting module detachably disposed in a front end of the housing; and a reflector Adjacent to the front end of the housing, the light generated from the detachable auto-lighting module has a predetermined illumination angle. The detachable automatic light-emitting module has a substrate, at least one power supply unit, and a plurality of light-emitting units. The plurality of light-emitting units are LEDs disposed on the substrate, and the at least one power supply unit is also disposed on the substrate. The plurality of light emitting units are electrically connected to the plurality of light emitting units on the substrate; wherein the plurality of light emitting units are fixed on the substrate in a COB package; and the automatic light emitting module has a housing The luminous side of the front end.
In yet another embodiment of the invention, a detachable embedded illumination device is provided. In this embodiment, the detachable embedded illuminating device further includes a sensing module electrically connected to the detachable automatic illuminating module to detect external objects, in addition to the technical features and components of the foregoing embodiments. Moving, and depending on the movement of the external object to determine and control whether the detachable automatic lighting module is illuminated. In another embodiment of the present invention, the detachable embedded illuminating device further includes a wireless charging unit electrically connected to the at least one power supply unit, in addition to the technical features and components of the foregoing embodiments; wherein the wireless The charging unit has a wireless inductive charging function. And generating an electrical reaction with an external wireless inductive power supply device, the electrical reaction being generated by an electromagnetic induction to provide power to the at least one power supply unit.
The structural elements of the present invention, and their connections, are described in detail in conjunction with the accompanying drawings. In the meantime, the present invention will be described in detail in the following examples; however, these embodiments are merely illustrative of the present invention so that those skilled in the art can. It can be implemented and should not be construed as limiting the practice of the invention.
Please refer to an embodiment of a detachable embedded lighting device 10 of the present invention shown in Figures 1 and 2. The detachable illuminating device 10 includes a housing 20; a detachable automatic lighting module 30 disposed at the front end 22 of the housing 20, the detachable automatic lighting module 30 includes a substrate 32, and a plurality of The illuminating unit 34 and the at least one power supply unit 36 also have a light emitting surface 31 facing the front end of the housing; and a reflector 40 adjacent to the front end 22 of the housing 20 The detachable automatic light emitting module 30 is configured to have a predetermined light emitting angle ∠I from the light generated by the light emitting surface 31 of the detachable automatic light emitting module 30. The plurality of light-emitting units 34 are LEDs, and are disposed on the substrate 32. The at least one power supply unit 36 is also disposed on the substrate 32 and is electrically connected to the plurality of light-emitting units 34. . The plurality of light emitting units 34 are fixed on the substrate 32 in a COB package manner, and A control switch (not shown) opens and closes the light unit, the control switch can be a mechanical switch or a remote switch or an inductive switch, and the reflector 40 can be coupled to a lens (not shown) to enable the detachable The light generated by the light-emitting surface 31 of the automatic light-emitting module 30 is parallel light, wherein the lens can be covered with an optical structure, so that the light generated by the light-emitting surface 31 of the detachable automatic light-emitting module 30 is relatively light.
The housing 20 of the detachable embedded lighting device 10 of the present invention has a front end 22 and a rear end 24, and the detachable automatic light emitting module 30 is preferably disposed at the front end of the housing 20. One of the 22 inner sides. The front and rear or the front end and the rear end are defined according to the intended illumination direction of the present invention, and the illumination direction is defined as the front side;
Please refer to FIG. 3 for a preferred embodiment of the detachable auto-lighting module of the detachable embedded illuminating device 10 of the present invention. The plurality of light emitting units 34 of the detachable automatic light emitting module are fixed on one of the first side faces 33 of the substrate 32, and the at least one power supply unit 36 is disposed on one of the substrates 32 opposite to the The second side surface 35 of the first side surface 33; wherein the detachable automatic light emitting module 30 is connected to the plurality of light emitting units 34 according to the power supplied by the at least one power supply unit 36 to face the light emitting surface 31. Glowing. That is, the light-emitting unit 34 (such as an SMD-type LED light-emitting unit or the like) is disposed on a different surface of the substrate 32 from the power supply unit 36 (such as a lithium battery or a rechargeable battery). Such a setting or design facilitates repeated removal and installation of the detachable automatic lighting module 30 from the front end 22 of the housing 20.
It can be understood that the light emitting unit 34 (such as SMD type LED hair The light unit or the like and the power supply unit 36 (such as a lithium battery or a rechargeable battery) may be disposed on the same surface of the substrate 32 (not shown). Therefore, in another preferred embodiment of the detachable embedded illuminating device 10 of the present invention, the plurality of illuminating units 34 of the detachable auto-lighting module 30 are fixed to one of the substrates 32. And the at least one power supply unit is disposed on the first side 33 of the substrate; wherein the detachable automatic light emitting module is powered by the at least one power supply unit to the plurality of power units The light-emitting units 34 are caused to emit light toward the light-emitting surface 31. This also facilitates repeated removal and installation of the detachable automatic lighting module 30 from the front end 22 of the housing 20.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, the plurality of light emitting units 34 of the detachable automatic light emitting module 30 are packaged on the substrate 32 in a COB package. Because of the detachable automatic light-emitting module 30 packaged by the light-emitting unit 34 of the on-board wafer COB, the detachable embedded illumination device 10 of the present invention has a light source that is soldered or bonded to the substrate in general. Better or enhanced heat dissipation or waste heat export efficiency.
The detachable embedded illumination device 10 of the present invention may also include a sensing module 50. The sensing module 50 is electrically connected to the detachable auto-lighting module 30 of the illuminating device 10 to detect the movement of an external object, and to determine and control whether to automatically illuminate according to the movement of the external object. Module 30 produces illumination. For example, the sensing module 50 can be an infrared trigger device, so that when an external object or an actor passes, the switch can be triggered in one of the automatic lighting modules 30, allowing the power supply unit 36 to supply power to the lights. Unit 34 is on Lighting. As shown in the figure, in one embodiment of the present invention, the sensing module 50, such as an infrared trigger device, can be disposed on the reflector 40. It can be understood that the sensing module 50 can also be disposed on other components of the detachable embedded illuminating device 10 of the present invention, such as the housing 20 and the like, and is not limited to being disposed on the reflective cover 40.
Furthermore, in a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the detachable cover 40 of the detachable illuminating device 10 is a detachable cover, and the detachable embedded illuminating device 10 of the present invention can be used. Depending on the preset illumination angle ∠I of the removable cover, there are different illumination angles. In one embodiment, one of the rear ends 44 of the reflector 40 is removably coupled to the front end 22 of the housing 20. The joining method includes, for example, a screw lock, a cassette, and the like. In order to enable the illumination device 10 of the present invention to adapt to different lighting environments and needs, the reflectors 40 having different preset illumination angles ∠I can be disassembled and disassembled, so that the overall illumination angle or illumination can be changed according to requirements or Replace it.
Meanwhile, in a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the embodiment of the detachable embedded illumination device 10 of the present invention as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, wherein the substrate 32 of the detachable automatic light-emitting module 30 is further A grip portion 38 is provided to facilitate repeated removal and installation of the detachable auto-light module 30 from the front end 22 of the housing 20. In another embodiment, the detachable automatic lighting module 30 can be used as a separate handheld lighting device after being detached from the detachable embedded lighting device 10. In a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the detachable embedded illumination device 10, wherein the at least one power supply unit 36 of the detachable automatic illumination module 30 is a lithium battery or a rechargeable battery. And it is detachably disposed on the substrate 32 for easy replacement.
Please refer to FIG. 4 for a schematic diagram of the detachable automatic lighting module 30 of the detachable embedded lighting device 10 of the present invention in a disassembled state and used alone as a hand-held illumination. The detachable automatic light-emitting module 30 for detachably embedding the illuminating device 10 for facilitating or facilitating the present invention can be repeatedly removed, removed, and installed from the installation location of the device (such as a recessed ceiling of a ceiling lamp). The grip portion 38 of the detachable automatic light emitting module 30 is disposed. At the same time, the substrate 32 is also provided with a connecting portion 39 which is detachably connected to the recess 29 of the housing 20 corresponding to the connecting portion 39. That is, in one embodiment, the connecting portion 39 has an outwardly extending latching portion for detachable engagement with the corresponding recess 29 formed in the housing 20. Therefore, when a user or an installer removes the light-emitting module 30 from the detachable embedded illumination device 10 through the grip portion 38 provided on the detachable automatic light-emitting module 30, the connection of the substrate 32 is performed. The portion 39 will be separated from the recess 29 of the housing 20 by the applied force, and can be a separate handheld lighting device as described above. It can be understood that the detachable connecting portion 39 can also be connected to the housing 20 in a manner such as a screw lock, a barb or a tight fit.
Please refer to Figures 1 and 2 again. In an embodiment of the detachable embedded illuminating device 10 of the present invention, the method further includes a wireless charging unit 60 electrically connected to the at least one power supply unit 36 of the detachable automatic lighting module 30; The wireless charging unit 60 has a wireless inductive charging function and can generate an electrical reaction with an external wireless inductive power supply device (not shown) which is generated by an electromagnetic induction. It can be understood that the principle of the electromagnetic induction or the wireless inductive charging is achieved by utilizing the relationship between the electromagnetic coils and the magnetic field resonance of each other to generate electric power on the coil. The wireless inductive charging system is formed and formed by, for example, a coil A that generates an electromagnetic field after being energized; and the design and structure of the other coil B is resonant with the coil A to generate a magnetic field. Therefore, the coil B can be electrically reacted due to the influence of the electromagnetic field of the coil A or the electromagnetic induction relationship, and therefore the electrons on the coil B will flow and the electric current reacts with the electric current. For details on the related electromagnetic induction and wireless inductive charging, refer to the technology published by WiTricity TM and its related electromagnetic induction components.
It is to be understood that the above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, that is, those skilled in the art can make the content of the invention or the scope of the patent application. Equal changes and modifications, etc., should still fall within the scope of the invention.
(10) ‧‧‧Removable embedded lighting
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(44) ‧‧‧ Backend
(50)‧‧‧ Sensing Module
(60)‧‧‧Wireless charging unit
1 is a perspective view of an embodiment of a detachable embedded illuminating device of the present invention; and FIG. 2 is an exploded view of an embodiment of the detachable embedded illuminating device of the present invention as shown in FIG. Figure 3 is a perspective view of the detachable automatic lighting module of the detachable embedded lighting device of Figure 1; Figure 4 is a detachable embedded lighting device of the present invention. The detachable automatic lighting module is in a disassembled state and is used as a schematic diagram of the hand-held lighting.
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  1. A detachable embedded illuminating device includes: a housing having an accommodating space; and a detachable auto-lighting module detachably disposed in the accommodating space of the housing, including a substrate, at least one a power supply unit, at least one light-emitting unit, and a control switch; wherein the at least one light-emitting unit is disposed on the substrate, and the at least one power supply unit is also disposed on the substrate and electrically connected to the at least one light-emitting unit, and is The control switch opens and closes the light-emitting unit; wherein the detachable automatic light-emitting module further comprises a grip portion for facilitating repeated removal and installation of the detachable automatic light-emitting module from the housing; wherein the detachable automatic The illuminating module can be a hand-held illuminating device after being detached from the detachable embedded illuminating device.
  2. The detachable embedded illumination device of claim 1, wherein the housing is connectable to a reflector such that the light generated by the light-emitting surface of the detachable automatic illumination module has a predetermined illumination angle.
  3. The detachable embedded illumination device of claim 2, wherein the reflector is connectable to a lens such that the light generated by the light-emitting surface of the detachable automatic light-emitting module is parallel light.
  4. The detachable embedded illuminating device of claim 3, wherein the lens is coated with an optical structure to make the light generated by the illuminating surface of the detachable automatic illuminating module lighter.
  5. The detachable embedded lighting device of claim 1, wherein the control switch is a mechanical switch or a remote switch or an inductive switch.
  6. The detachable embedded illuminating device of claim 1, wherein the housing further comprises a sensing module electrically connected to the detachable auto-lighting module to detect darkness The movement of the external object and the movement of the external object to determine and control whether the detachable automatic light emitting module is illuminated.
  7. The detachable embedded illuminating device of claim 1, wherein the reflector is a detachable cover to provide the preset illuminating angle, and the detachable embedded illuminating device is detachable The preset illuminating angle of the changing hood has different illumination angles.
  8. The detachable embedded lighting device of claim 1, further comprising a wireless charging unit electrically connected to the at least one power supply unit of the detachable automatic lighting module; wherein the wireless charging unit has wireless inductive charging The function is capable of generating an electrical reaction with an external wireless inductive power supply device, the electrical reaction being generated by an electromagnetic induction.
  9. The detachable embedded illuminating device of claim 1, wherein the at least one power supply unit is a lithium battery or a rechargeable battery, and is detachably disposed on the substrate.
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