WO2015136846A1 - Heat beam sensor-equipped automatic switch - Google Patents

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WO2015136846A1
WO2015136846A1 PCT/JP2015/000766 JP2015000766W WO2015136846A1 WO 2015136846 A1 WO2015136846 A1 WO 2015136846A1 JP 2015000766 W JP2015000766 W JP 2015000766W WO 2015136846 A1 WO2015136846 A1 WO 2015136846A1
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豊田 一郎
河合 淳
佐々木 工輔
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H05ELECTRIC TECHNIQUES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • H05BELECTRIC HEATING; ELECTRIC LIGHTING NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • H05B37/00Circuit arrangements for electric light sources in general
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    • H05B37/0209Controlling the instant of the ignition or of the extinction
    • H05B37/0227Controlling the instant of the ignition or of the extinction by detection only of parameters other than ambient light, e.g. by sound detectors, by passive infra-red detectors
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Abstract

A control unit (4) of the heat beam sensor-equipped automatic switch (10) controls a switching apparatus (5) in response to a sensor signal from a heat beam sensor unit (1) so as to bring a lighting load (52) into a light-on state, and after a predetermined light-on hold time has elapsed, into a light-off state. When the lighting load (52) is in the light-on state, the control unit (4) shortens the light-on hold time through the operation of a first operation switch (2a), and prohibits for a predetermined duration the control of the switching apparatus (5) through the sensor signal from the heat beam sensor unit (1).

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Automatic switch with heat ray sensor

The present invention detects the heat rays, to heat-ray automatic switch with sensor for controlling the on / off of the lighting load.

Conventionally, in order to control the on / off of the lighting load, the automatic switch with heat ray sensor is used. Automatic switch with heat ray sensor of this type, (see e.g., Patent Document 1) When the heat ray sensor detects a person, during operation holding time, with automatic lighting mode for lighting the lighting load. Automatic switch with heat ray sensor of Patent Document 1, in response to the press operation of the operation handle, the operation mode of the lighting load is continuously lit mode, is switched automatic lighting mode, and forced off mode.

JP 2008-109511 JP

An object of the present invention is to provide a more automated switches with high usability hot wire sensor.
Automatic switch with heat ray sensor in accordance with an aspect of the present invention includes a hot wire sensor unit, an input determination unit, and a control unit, and a switch. The hot wire sensor unit outputs a sensor signal by detecting a heat ray emitted from the human body. The input determination unit outputs a distinguishable determination signal whether the operation of the operation switch operated manually. The control unit outputs a control signal for controlling the on / off of the lighting load based on the aforementioned sensor signal and the discrimination signal. The switch is turning on and off power supply to the lighting load based on the control signal from the control unit. The controller may, lighting load after a predetermined lighting holding time is in the lighting state of the lighting load to control the switch so as to turn off state in response to the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit. The control unit, in the lighting load is lit, the operation of the operation switch is shortened the turn-on duration, and between the sensor signal by a predetermined period a control of the switch from the hot wire sensor unit, Ban.

In the automatic switch with heat ray sensor, the control unit, when in response to the sensor signal is made to the lighting state of the lighting load, it is possible to select the first control and the second control by operation of the operation switch it is preferable. The first control is to shorten the turn-on duration, and between the sensor signal by a predetermined period a control of the switch from the hot wire sensor unit is prohibited. The second control, it is preferable to control off the switch.

In the automatic switch with heat ray sensor, the controller, in response to an operation time of the operation switch, it is preferable to switch between the first control and the second control.
Hot wire automatic switch with sensor of the present invention is to the lighting state of the lighting load in response to the sensor signals, to shorten the turn-on duration by operating the operation switch, and during the control by the sensor signal of a predetermined period, to prohibit in, there is an effect that more is possible to increase the usability. Other aspects and advantages will become apparent from the following description in conjunction with the drawings showing an example of the technical idea of ​​the present invention.

It is a block diagram of an automatic switching system with heat ray sensor using a hot wire automatic switch with sensor embodiments. Is a timing chart for explaining the operation of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. Is a timing chart for explaining another operation of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a perspective view of an automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a front view of an automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is an exploded perspective view of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a front view showing an essential part of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a front view showing another main portion of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a side view showing another essential portion of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is a rear view of an automatic switch with heat ray sensor embodiments. It is an A-A line cross-sectional view of an automatic switch with heat ray sensor of FIG. It is an enlarged view of a portion surrounded by a broken line of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor of FIG. A B-B line cross-sectional view of an automatic switch with heat ray sensor of FIG. It is an enlarged view of a portion surrounded by a broken line of the automatic switch with heat ray sensor of FIG. Is a rear view showing an essential part of the automatic switches with heat ray sensor in the embodiment. It is a perspective view of the operating slave unit in the embodiment.

Automatic switch 10 with heat ray sensor according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 15. An automatic switch 10 with heat ray sensor, an automatic switch 10 with heat ray sensor for automatic switching system 30 with heat ray sensor and a remotely operable operating element 20 will be described with reference to FIG. For operators 20 in this embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 and 16. In the figure, for the same members, and the description thereof is omitted here given the same number. In the following description, the heat ray automatic switch 10 with a sensor of the present embodiment, also referred to as a switch main unit 10. The automatic switching system 30 with heat ray sensor, also referred to as system 30.

Switch main unit 10, as shown in FIG. 1, a heat ray sensor 1, an input determination unit 2, a control unit 4, and a switch 5. Hot wire sensor unit 1 outputs the sensor signal to detect heat rays emitted from the human body. Input determining unit 2 outputs a distinguishable discrimination signal the presence or absence of the operation of the operation switch 2a is operated manually. Input determining unit 2, also referred to as the first input discriminating unit 2, an operation switch 2a is also referred to as a first operation switch 2a. Control unit 4 outputs a control signal for controlling the on / off of the lighting load 52 based on the discrimination signal from the sensor signal and the input determination unit 2 from the hot wire sensor unit 1. Switch 5 ON OFF the supply of power to the lighting load 52 based on a control signal from the control unit 4.

Control unit 4 controls the switch 5 so that the heat ray sensor part illumination load 52 after a to the lighting load 52 are lit predetermined lighting holding time in response to the sensor signals from one is turned off. The control unit 4, the lighting load 52 is lit, thereby shortening the turn-on duration by operating the operation switch 2a, and a predetermined period of time to control the switch 5 by the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, prohibits .

Thus, the switch main unit 10, it is possible to increase more usability.
The following describes the system 30.
System 30, as shown in FIG. 1, and a switch master unit 10, and operation element 20. Switch main unit 10 includes a signal receiving section 3 for receiving a transmission signal from the operating element 20. Signal receiver 3 through the first connection terminals 11c5 and the second connecting terminals 11c6 of the switch main unit 10, receiving the transmitted signal from the operation element 20 by wire. Signal receiving unit 3 is not limited to only receive transmitted signals from the operating element 20 by wire, such as radio or infrared communication various wavelengths may be received wirelessly using. In the switch main unit 10, the control unit 4, lighting load 52 of the lighting on the basis of the transmission signal is a sensor signal and the discrimination signal and a signal receiver 3 from the first input discriminating unit 2 from the hot wire sensor unit 1 has received / and it outputs a control signal for controlling the off. Switch parent device 10 is electrically connectable to the series circuit of the commercial power source 51 and the lighting load 52. Switch 5 includes a first power supply terminal 11c1 connecting the commercial power source 51 is electrically connectable to the between the first load terminal 11c4 connecting the lighting load 52. Switch main unit 10 through the first power supply terminal 11c1 and the second power supply terminal 11c2 of the switch main unit 10, electrically connectable to a DC stabilized power supply 4c and the commercial power supply 51 for lighting the lighting load 52 It is configured to.

Operation element 20 is by the transmission signal transmitted from the operation element 20 constitute a switch main unit 10 so as to be remotely operated. Operating element 20 is provided with a second input determination section 22, a signal transmitting section 23, and a slave unit controller 24. Second input determination unit 22 determines whether the operation of the second operating switch 22a which is operated manually. Second input determination unit 22 determines whether the second operation switch 22a has been operated suffices discrimination. Signal transmitter 23 transmits the transmission signal to the switch main unit 10 based on the operation signal from the second input discriminating section 22. Slave unit control section 24 controls the signal transmission unit 23 based on the operation signal from the second input discriminating section 22. In system 30, the transmission signal from the operation element 20, the switch main unit 10 controls the on / off of the lighting load 52.

The following describes a switch main unit 10.
Switch main unit 10 is mounted to the mounting frame 17 is installed on the construction surface, such as a wall of a building (not shown). Switch main unit 10 includes a device body 11 which is embedded disposed in building material that constitutes the construction surface.

Device body 11 is in outer shape and a rectangular parallelepiped shape. Device body 11 is constituted by, as shown in FIG. 6, a bottomed rectangular tubular body member 11a, a bottomed rectangular cylindrical cover body 11b. Device body 11 is internally fitted to the body member 11a and the cover body 11b is a hollow box body. Device body 11, a heat ray sensor 1, the first input discriminating section 2, the control unit 4 accommodates configured to be able to switch 5 therein. The switch main unit 10 is in the size of a series module corresponding dimensions of the device body 11 to 3 pieces of the single module of an implantable wiring device. Device body 11 is viewed from the front is the shorter dimension of the rectangular device body 11, a slightly smaller size than the size of the lateral direction of the first windows 17aa of the mounting frame 17 for embedding wiring accessories .

Body member 11a is provided with an engagement protrusion 11ac for fitting the cover member 11b. Engaging protrusion 11ac is provided above and below the body member 11a along the (the plane of the right and left in FIG. 6), respectively in the lateral direction in two pairs. Body member 11a is formed by an electrically insulating resin material. Body member 11a, as the electrically insulating resin material, such as ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene copolymer) resin or a urea resin can be used. Body member 11a may, for example, an electrically insulating resin material heated and melted by injection injected into the mold is formed by injection molding to cool and solidify.

Switch main unit 10, the electric wire (not shown), the operating element 20 is electrically connected to the commercial power source 51 and the lighting load 52. Switch main unit 10, as shown in FIG. 6, a terminal 11c of the electric wire is connected. Body body 11a houses the pin 11c. Terminal 11c is provided with a locking spring 11ca to impart spring force to the wire, and a terminal plate 11cb that houses the lock spring 11ca. Terminal 11c, when the wire is inserted, is configured to stick a wire in the wire and the electrically connecting terminal plate 11cb and lock spring 11ca. Tablets spring 11ca may be formed by bending a plate material made of a metal material. The metal material of the lock spring 11ca, for example, can be used such as copper or a copper alloy. Similarly, the terminal plate 11cb may be formed by bending a configured plate of a metallic material. The metal material of the terminal plate 11cb, for example, can be used such as copper or a copper alloy. Terminal 11c, by the core wire is inserted in the wire insulation coating is stripped, it constitutes a quick connect terminal electrical and mechanical connections between the wire takes place. The body member 11a is provided with a button 11cc to release the wire from the quick connect terminal. In the switch main unit 10, by applying press button 11cc by a jig (not shown) from the back of the device body 11 shown in FIG. 10, the button 11cc deforms the lock spring 11ca. In the switch main unit 10, by the deformation of the lock spring 11ca, it constitutes a terminal 11c so as to be able to pull out the wire from Utsuwatai 11. The terminal 11c is the first power supply terminal 11c1, a second power supply terminal 11 c 2, the first load terminal 11c4, a second load terminal 11c3, constituting a first connection terminal 11c5 and second connecting terminals 11c6.

The cover body 11b is the upper and lower cover body 11b (the right and left of the paper of FIG. 6) along each of the lateral direction, a pair of projecting pieces 11bc projecting body member 11a side, and a 11bc. Protruding piece 11bc is directed to elastic deformation is configurable for the cylindrical portion of the bottomed rectangular cylindrical cover body 11b. The cover body 11b can be formed by integral molding with the projecting pieces 11bc and the cylindrical portion. Protruding piece 11bc is outer shape and C-shape to form a engaging hole 11bf in the site exposed to the outside protruding from the cylindrical portion. The cover body 11b has a engagement hole 11bf projected piece 11bc, and configured to be fitted to the engaging protrusion 11ac of the body member 11a.

The cover body 11b is in the side wall 11bb in the lateral direction, and a mounting claw 11bd projecting from the side wall 11bb. The cover body 11b has an instrument attachment hole 17ab of the mounting frame 17, thereby enabling fitting and mounting nails 11BD. The cover body 11b, at the side wall 11bb, a pair of mounting pawls 11BD, on both sides of a portion 11BD is projected, Setsukomimizo 11bg, are provided along the thickness direction 11bg. The cover body 11b has a pair of mounting pawls 11BD, a site between the 11BD, are provided deforming pieces 11be having flexibility in the thickness direction. The cover body 11b is configured to be able to deflect the deflection piece 11be inside the Utsuwatai 11. The cover body 11b is formed by an electrically insulating resin material. The cover body 11b, as the electrically insulating resin material, for example, can be formed by using a ABS resin and urea resin. The cover body 11b, for example, can be an electrically insulating resin material heated and melted by injection injected into the mold is formed by injection molding to cool and solidify.

Mounting frame 17 is formed into a frame shape with a pair of side pieces 17a, 17a that face, the pair of frame pieces 17b facing and 17b. Side pieces 17a is provided with a plurality of device attachment hole 17ab attachable to device body 11. Mounting frame 17, by fitting the engaging hooks 11bd of the cover body 11b to the instrument attachment hole 17ab, it is possible to hold the device body 11 to the mounting frame 17. Device body 11 when mounting the device body 11 to the mounting frame 17, for example, the attachment claws 11bd of one side wall 11bb of the cover body 11b, is inserted into one of the instrument attachment hole 17ab of the mounting frame 17. Next, the device body 11, the engaging hooks 11bd of the other side wall 11bb, as bent in the interior of the vessel body 11, inserting the cover body 11b to the first window hole 17aa of the mounting frame 17. Device body 11, after insertion so as to be embedded in the mounting frame 17, the engaging hooks 11bd of the other side wall 11bb of the cover body 11b, is inserted into the other of the instrument attachment hole 17ab of the mounting frame 17. Device body 11, by engaging hooks 11bd is inserted into the instrument attachment hole 17ab, is held in the mounting frame 17. Further, in the switch main unit 10, when removing the device body 11 from the mounting frame 17, so as push the deforming pieces 11be inside the Utsuwatai 11. Switch main unit 10, the deflection of the deflection piece 11Be, mounting claws 11bd can be removed device body 11 from the mounting frame 17 exits from the tool attachment hole 17ab.

Incidentally, the mounting frame 17, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, and a long hole 17ac to Wakuhen 17b. The long hole 17ac, is inserted fixing screw (not shown). Mounting frame 17, fixing screws inserted through the long hole 17ac is, for example, by being screwed into the screw portion of the buried construction surface the embedded box (not shown) is fixed on the installation surface side that. The mounting frame 17, as shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, and a screw hole 17ad of plate screws to the frame piece 17b. Mounting frame 17, although not shown, on the surface side of the mounting frame 17, rectangular frame-shaped plate frame with (not shown) can be screwed with a plate screws (not shown) . Mounting frame 17, if it is possible to mount the device body 11 can be a variety of shapes. Mounting frame 17, for example, it can be composed of a resin body or a metal body.

Switch main unit 10 accommodates the lighting and extinction and can control the circuit portion 16 of the lighting load 52 inside the Utsuwatai 11. Circuit portion 16 includes a first circuit board 16a, and a second circuit board 16c. The first circuit board 16a is in the outer shape and a rectangular flat plate shape. The first circuit board 16a may be formed by a printed circuit board. Circuit portion 16 through the flat plate-like insulating plate 16b, a first circuit board 16a, and a second circuit board 16c is arranged to face. Circuit portion 16 is electrically connected due conductors (not shown) and the first circuit board 16a and a second circuit board 16c. Second circuit board 16c is in the outer shape and a rectangular flat plate shape. Second circuit board 16c may be formed by a printed circuit board.

Circuit portion 16, for example, be a hot wire sensor unit 1, including first input determination unit 2, a signal receiver 3 and the control unit 4 to the first circuit board 16a configuration. The first circuit board 16a is mounted an electronic component 16aa constituting the signal receiving section 3. The first circuit board 16a is mounted an electronic component 16aa constituting the control unit 4. The first circuit board 16a, a plurality (here, three) implements the light-emitting diode 6a of. The first circuit board 16a implements a switch body 2aa having a manipulator 2ac being pressed driven by the manual operating section 2a1. The first circuit board 16a implements a photodiode constituting a brightness sensor 1s. Furthermore, the first circuit board 16a is, for example, may be mounted various electronic components 16aa, such as temperature fuse or relay for leakage prevention for abnormal heat generation suppression. The first circuit board 16a, forms a wire of a predetermined shape (not shown), are configured to allow the various connecting electronic parts 16aa and electrically in. The circuit section 16, for example, be a direct current stabilized power supply 4c and switch 5 provided to the second circuit board 16c configuration. DC stabilized power supply 4c are preferably provided for lighting the lighting load 52. Second circuit board 16c are mounted electronic parts 16aa constituting the DC stabilized power supply 4c. The second circuit board 16c, and forms a wiring having a predetermined shape (not shown). Second circuit board 16c, as the switch 5, are mounted and closing elements 5a constituting the main switch element, and a closing drive unit 5b for controlling the driving of the switching element 5a. Switching element 5a can be configured with a bidirectional three-terminal thyristor. Closing drive unit 5b, on-off control of the switching element 5a is configured to be a control signal. Switch 5, the main switching element other electronic switch to a semiconductor switching element may be constituted by such mechanical switch with movable contacts and the fixed contacts.

Hot wire sensor unit 1 can be configured with an infrared sensor 1a. Infrared sensor 1a is mounted on the first circuit board 16a. Infrared sensors 1a, for example, to detect the infrared rays emitted from the human body. It should be noted that the hot wire is an infrared is an electromagnetic wave in the infrared region. Infrared sensor 1a may be configured to have a like pyroelectric element. Hot wire sensor unit 1 may be configured to detect infrared radiation at any time, it may be configured to detect infrared every preset time interval. In other words, heat ray sensor 1 constitutes a motion sensor capable of detecting the presence or absence of human presence. Hot wire sensor unit 1, for example, to configure the brightness sensor 1s integral such as a photodiode, may be detected configured to be able to ambient brightness by the brightness sensor 1s.

Hot wire sensor unit 1 is provided with a projecting portion 1k which protrudes from the front of the first operating switch 2a in order to ensure a predetermined viewing angle. Hot wire sensor unit 1 is provided with a cylindrical optical element 1r. The optical element 1r, not shown, and has a mirror for extending detection area of ​​the infrared sensor 1a. Hot wire sensor unit 1, an infrared sensor 1a and the optical member 1r, is covered with a sensor cover 1aa. Sensor cover 1aa is outline is semicylindrical. Infrared sensor 1a via the sensor cover 1aa, detects the heat ray emitted from the human body. Sensor cover 1aa includes a Fresnel lens for condensing the infrared radiation. Sensor cover 1aa, for example, can be formed with polyethylene resin. Switch main unit 10, with the cover member 11b and the first circuit board 16a of the device body 11, which houses the sensor cover 1aa inside the sandwiched Utsuwatai 11 sensor cover 1aa.

Hot wire sensor unit 1 is provided with a pair of shutter 1b, 1b between the cover member 11b and the sensor cover 1aa of the device body 11. Each shutter 1b is provided with outer arcuate base 1ba, and a handle portion 1bb erected from one end of the base portion 1ba together. Each shutter 1b is in movably configured along the surface of the sensor cover 1aa. Each shutter 1b may cover a portion of the sensor cover 1aa. Each shutter 1b by operating the handle part 1bb, it is possible to move the base portion 1ba. Shutter 1b, for example, can be formed by using a polycarbonate resin. Hot wire sensor unit 1, by moving the base portion 1ba of the shutter 1b, it is possible to adjust the detection area heat ray sensor 1 detects a human body. Switch main unit 10 adjusts the detection area of ​​the hot wire sensor unit 1, it is possible to perform human body adjustment of the detection area.

The first operation switch 2a is manual operating section 2a1 is pressed manually, is configured to be able to perform the switching operation of the switch body 2aa. That is, the manual operating section 2a1 constitutes a portion of the first operation switch 2a pressed manually. The first input determination unit 2, whether the first operation switch 2a is operated may if discrimination. Manual operating unit 2a1 includes decorative lid 2g, the handle portion 2f, are constructed using a cover body 11b. Cosmetic lid 2g includes a light-transmitting member 2g1 provided on one surface 2ab side are pushing pressure operation, and a base plate 2g2 provided on the cover body 11b side. Manual operating unit 2a1 includes a handle portion 2a2 which overlaps with the protruding portion 1k of the hot wire sensor unit 1. Handle portion 2a2 is provided with a hook recess 2a3 so as to easily perform the removal of the pull over and cosmetic lid portion 2g a finger. The handle unit 2f, to releasably retain the decorative lid 2g. Switch main unit 10, by removing the decorative cover portion 2g from the handle portion 2f, a first surface 11bp of the device body 11 so as to be exposed to the outside, to form an opening 2f1 to the handle portion 2f. Further, the handle portion 2f has a through hole 2f3 penetrating in the thickness direction of the handle portion 2f.

Translucent member 2g1 is a rectangular plate-like outer shape. Translucent member 2g1 may be formed by transparent resin material. Translucent member 2g1 as translucent resin material, for example, and polycarbonate resin. Cosmetic lid 2g, as shown in FIGS. 11 to 15, has a light diffusing layer 2g5 the handle portion 2f side of the light transmissive member 2g1. The light diffusion layer 2g5 are formed by screen printing a resin containing a white pigment on the transparent member 2g1. As the white pigment, for example, it can be used such as barium silicon dioxide or titanate. The light diffusion layer 2g5 may be formed by coating the transparent member 2g1 by screen printing. Cosmetic lid 2g is not only to form a light diffusion layer 2g5 by screen printing, it may be a sheet constituting the light diffusion layer 2g5 previously formed as a pasted on a transparent member 2g1. Cosmetic lid 2g, due sided tape, thereby holding Paste translucent member 2g1 on the base plate 2g2. Base plate 2g2 has a hole 2gc provided corresponding to the through hole 2f3 of the handle portion 2f.

Manual operating section 2a1 is 6, as shown in FIGS. 12 and 15, and a claw portion 2g3 to four corners of the decorative lid 2g. Manual operating unit 2a1 includes a locking hole 2f2 to the position of the handle portion 2f corresponding to the pawl portion 2g3 of the base plate 2g2. Cosmetic lid 2g is a claw portion 2g3 of the base plate 2g2, as can be stopped by hooking the locking hole 2f2 of the handle portion 2f, it is detachably attached to.

The cover body 11b, at the upper side of the cover body 11b (the plane of the left side of FIG. 6), a plan view is provided with a circular shaped third window holes 11bh and fourth windows 11Bi. The cover body 11b, at the central portion of the cover body 11b, along the widthwise direction of the cover body 11b, plan view and includes three rectangular first cylindrical projection 11bs. Switch main unit 10 emits light from the light emitting diode 6a from the fifth window hole 11bj of the first cylindrical projection 11bs. Light emitting diodes 6a emitted from the first cylindrical projection 11bs through the decorative lid 2g, is emitted to the outside of the switch main unit 10. The cover body 11b, at the lower side of the cover body 11b (the plane of the right side of FIG. 6), and a support block 11bk protruding from the first surface 11bp of the cover member 11b outwardly. The cover body 11b is provided with an opening 11bm the support block 11BK.

Further, the cover body 11b is for mounting the handle portion 2f of the manual operating section 2a1 rotatably, one side wall side of the first surface 11bp of the cover body 11b shank projecting in (lower paper in FIG. 6) 11bn It is equipped with a. Shank 11bn forms a cylindrical shape along the longitudinal direction of the cover body 11b. The cover body 11b is as shown in FIGS. 6, 13 and 14, the shaft portion 11bn of the cover body 11b is pressed push handle portion 2f side of the manual operating section 2a1 by a metal plate spring 2d. In other words, the manual operation portion 2a1 is to hold the shank 11bn of the cover member 11b in the handle portion 2f and the leaf spring 2d, held in the device body 11. The cover body 11b in plan view, end is held at the central portion of the first surface 11bp of the cover body 11b, the other end (on the plane of FIG. 6) the circumferential portion so that a T-shaped It is provided with a notched flexure 11br. Flexure 11br, due pressing force from the handle portion 2f, is configured to deflect in the interior of the device body 11.

The first operation switch 2a is the other end portion at one end portion is supported by the device body 11 of the handle portion 2f of the manual operating section 2a1 is a rotatably press operation can piano handle. That is, the first operation switch 2a constitutes a switch of a piano handle type. Piano handle type switch has a structure in which the piano handle attached to the front side of the switch body 2aa, and the fulcrum on one side of the piano handle other side is rotated by pressing. Piano handle constitutes a part of the pressing actuatable switch operating element 2ac of the switch body 2aa. Piano handle type of switch, it is possible to perform the switching operation in the piano touch to the piano handle.

Manual operating section 2a1, as shown in FIG. 13, a T-shaped slack portion 11bR, and the operating element 2ac are configured to be contact. Manual operating section 2a1 is in a state of being supported by the device body 11, the back side of the manual operating section 2a1 is contactable with flexures 11br of the cover body 11b. Switch main unit 10, when the user pressed the manual operation portion 2a1, the manual operation portion 2a1 is pressed to the cover body 11b side. Switch main unit 10, the press operation of the manual operating section 2a1, via a deflection unit 11bR, manual operating section 2a1 presses the inside of the operation element 2ac the device body 11. Switch main unit 10, the first operation switch 2a the operator 2ac is pressed is turned on. Switch main unit 10, the force of pressing disappears from the manual operation unit 2a1, it can be configured to manual operating section 2a1 returns to the original position under the like reaction force of the operator 2ac. Switch main unit 10, the manual operation portion 2a1 returns to the original position, the first operation switch 2a is turned off. The first operation switch 2a, for example, can be used Tactile.

Switch main unit 10, as shown in FIG. 5, the ridges 2g4 provided on the surface of the decorative lid 2g. Ridges 2g4 may be a marker of when the user operates the manual operating section 2a1.

Switch main unit 10, at least a portion of the first cylindrical projection 11bs is that which is inserted into the through hole 2f3 of the handle portion 2f, it can be irradiated efficiently light from the light emitting diode 6a to the outside. The switch main unit 10 can be prevented that the light from the outside is absorbed is introduced into the interior of the device body 11. Further, the handle portion 2f, as shown in FIG. 11, a second cylindrical projection 2fs surrounding the projecting first cylindrical projection 11bs the device body 11 side. Switch main unit 10, regardless of the operation of the manual operating section 2a1, that the second cylindrical projection 2fs light from the first tubular projecting 11bs leaking between the manual operating section 2a1 and the cover body 11b it is possible to suppress the. Furthermore, the vessel body 11 is provided with a third tubular projections 11bt projecting inside so as to surround the light-emitting diode 6a. Thus, the switch main unit 10, inside the device body 11, to suppress the diffusion of light from the light emitting diodes 6a, it is possible to efficiently emit light outside the light emitting diode 6a of Utsuwatai 11.

Control unit 4 incorporates a timer section for keeping turn-on duration of the lighting load 52 is turned (not shown). The control unit 4 so as to from a heat ray sensor 1 during measurement of the turn-on duration when the sensor signal is again inputted, the off state lighting load 52 from the point at which the sensor signal is reentered after a predetermined lighting holding time It is configured. Therefore, the timer unit, the sensor signal to allow timing of predetermined lighting holding time from the time of the re-entered, and constitutes a retriggerable timer.

The control unit 4, a basic operation, in a dark state than the brightness threshold detected brightness was is preset brightness sensor 1s, the human body based on a change of the heat ray incident on the hot wire sensor unit 1 When the sensor signal indicative of the detection is input to turn on the lighting load 52. Incidentally, the brightness threshold value, for example, may be stored in a memory of the control unit 4 (not shown). The control unit 4, the timer unit controls the switch 5 so as to maintain for a predetermined turn-on duration for counting, the lighting state of the lighting load 52.

Control unit 4, the sensor signal output from the hot wire sensor unit 1 is input. Control unit 4, the output of the first input determination unit 2 is inputted. Control unit 4, the output of the signal receiver 3 is input. The control unit 4, based on the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, it is possible to detect the human body existence in a preset detection area, and outputs a control signal for controlling the switch 5. The control unit 4, for example, can be constituted by using a microcomputer equipped with a CPU (Central Processing Unit).

Control unit 4 automatically by the lighting state lighting load 52 in response to the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, has an automatic lighting off mode for turning off the lighting load 52 after a predetermined lighting holding time there. The control unit 4, regardless of the presence or absence of the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, and a continuous lighting mode to the lighting load 52 is lit continuously. The control unit 4, regardless of the presence or absence of the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 has a forced turn-off mode forcibly turns off the lighting load 52.

The control unit 4, the press operation of the manual operating section 2a1, switches the continuous lighting mode, the automatic lighting off mode, the modes forced off mode. Control unit 4 is electrically connected to each of the light emitting diodes 6a. Control unit 4 controls the lighting of the plurality of light emitting diodes 6a to another each corresponding to each respective mode. Emitting diodes 6a, for example, by emission color and a lighting state, it constitutes a mode display unit 6 capable of displaying modes of the switch main unit 10. Control unit 4 may be displayed on the mode display unit 6 provided with a respective mode is switched to the manual operation section 2a1. In the switch main unit 10 shown in FIG. 5, the continuous lighting mode are displayed as "continuous ON". Further, in the switch main unit 10 shown in FIG. 5, an automatic On Off mode displays "Auto". Furthermore, displaying the switch main unit 10 shown in FIG. 5, the forced off mode "off".

Switch main unit 10, every time the first operation switch 2a is operated, it is possible to switch the continuous lighting mode, and an automatic on off mode, a forced turn-off mode. Mode display unit 6 displays the "continuous ON" in the continuous lighting mode. Mode display unit 6 displays the "Auto" in the Auto On Off mode. Mode display unit 6 displays the "OFF" in forced off mode. Switch main unit 10 in accordance with an operation of the first operation switch 2a, "OFF", "automatic", repeated by transitioning modes in the order of "continuous ON".

More specifically, the switch main unit 10, when the forced OFF mode, for example, among the three light emitting diodes 6a, the light-emitting diode 6a provided on one side of the lateral direction (toward the left in FIG. 5) is turned to. Switch main unit 10, for example, among the three light emitting diodes 6a, it is sufficient to turn on the light-emitting diode 6a provided on one side in the lateral direction in red. Switch main unit 10 in the case of the automatic lighting off mode, for example, light emitting diodes 6a provided at the center portion in the lateral direction is illuminated. Switch main unit 10, for example, among the three light emitting diodes 6a, it is sufficient to turn on the light-emitting diode 6a provided at the center portion in the lateral direction in green. Switch main unit 10 during the predetermined lighting holding time, it may flash the light emitting diode 6a provided at the center portion in green. Switch main unit 10, as the remaining time of the predetermined lighting holding time is reduced, blinking interval of the light-emitting diode 6a may be allowed to shorten provided at the center portion. Switch main unit 10 in the case of continuous lighting mode, for example, among the three light emitting diodes 6a, the light-emitting diode 6a provided on the other side of the lateral direction (toward the right side in FIG. 5) is turned on. Switch main unit 10, for example, among the three light emitting diodes 6a, the light-emitting diode 6a of the other side of the lateral direction it is sufficient to turn blue. That is, the light-emitting diode 6a is, for example, lighting of the light emitting diodes 6a, turns off, the distinction between flashing and luminous colors can be displayed continuous lighting mode, the automatic lighting off mode, a forced turn-off mode in the mode display unit 6.

Furthermore, the switch main unit 10, corresponds to the length of the operation time of the first operation switch 2a, the control unit 4 is configured to the switch 5 can different control. Switch main unit 10, as the operation time, for example, first in the case of operating the switch 2a to hold continuously for more than one second operation, the first operation when the switch 2a was pressed in less than 1 second and a control section 4 There determine, are configured to be able to switch the control of the switch 5. The control unit 4, when the operation time is pressed longer length than the set time set in advance operation of the first operating switch 2a, is shortened turn-on duration, the control of the switch 5 by the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 during the predetermined time, it performs first control to prohibit. The control unit 4, when the operation time of the first operation switch 2a is less than 1 second, each time the first operation switch 2a is operated switches between continuous lighting mode, and an automatic on off mode, a forced turn-off mode. In other words, the control unit 4, when the operation time of the first operation switch 2a is less than 1 second, performs the second control to be forced off mode for controlling off switch 5. The switch main unit 10, when the first operation switch 2a is pressed long, for example, a light-emitting diode 6a provided at the center portion in the short direction, and a light-emitting diode 6a provided on one side in the lateral direction it may be configured to emit light alternately.

Switch main unit 10 is provided with a decorative cover 1d below the manual operating section 2a1. Decorative cover 1d is provided with an opening window portion 1db a position opposed to the opening 11bm of the cover body 11b. Decorative cover 1d has an opening 11bm the opening window portion 1db is to correspond, support block 11bk is inserted. Decorative cover 1d has a projection 1dk to protrude from one surface 2ab of the manual operating section 2a1. Projection 1dk is to protect the support block 11BK, has an arcuate shape.

Switch main unit 10 includes a setting control section 7 capable of setting the detection sensitivity of the hot wire sensor unit 1. Setting control section 7 may have a non-configurable features the detection sensitivity of the hot wire sensor unit 1. Setting operation unit 7 may be provided with an operation portion capable of setting the lighting holding time in the automatic On Off mode. Setting operation unit 7 exposes a portion of the setting operation unit 7 to the first surface 11bp of the device body 11. Setting operation unit 7 exposed to the first surface 11bp of the device body 11 is covered by the manual operating section 2a1. Setting control section 7 includes a first setting unit 7a, and a second setting unit 7b.

The first setting unit 7a such as a volume that constitutes the first setting unit 7a is mounted on the first circuit board 16a. The first setting unit 7a, for example, includes a first knob 7a1 for rotation operating shaft of the volume. The first setting unit 7a through the third window holes 11bh of device body 11, has a first knob 7a1 of the first setting portion 7a protruding from the first surface 11bp of Utsuwatai 11. The first setting unit 7a, in an automatic On Off mode is set configured to be able to turn-on duration for lighting the lighting load 52. Switch main unit 10, for example, it is possible to set the turn-on duration appropriately in the range from 30 seconds to 30 minutes.

The second setting unit 7b, such as a rotary volume constituting the second setting section 7b has been mounted on the first circuit board 16a. The second setting unit 7b includes, for example, a second knob 7b1 to allow rotation of the operating shaft of the rotary volume. The second setting unit 7b through the fourth window holes 11bi of device body 11, and a second knob 7b1 of the second setting portion 7b protruding from the first surface 11bp of Utsuwatai 11. The second setting unit 7b, for example, it is possible to set the brightness level of sensitivity brightness sensor 1s in the range of "dark" to "bright". The "dark" brightness sensitivity level, for example, a 5 lux or less. The "bright" brightness sensitivity level, for example, can be 100 lux.

Switch main unit 10, for example, setting the second setting unit 7b to "OFF", it is possible to stop the function of the brightness sensor 1s. Switch main unit 10, if you set the second setting unit 7b to "OFF", it is possible to prevent the turning on the lighting load 52 of the in-home when the ambient switch main unit 10 is bright. Switch main unit 10 prevents the turning on the lighting load 52 of the in-home when the surroundings are bright, it is possible to achieve energy saving. Switch main unit 10, for example, in the second setting unit 7b, by adjusting the brightness of the threshold, as a result, the detection sensitivity of the heat ray sensor unit 1 detects the presence or absence of a human is set it is possible to obtain the same effect as. That is, the second setting unit 7b constitute a setting operation unit 7 to set the detection sensitivity of the hot wire sensor unit 1. The switch main unit 10 may be provided with a setting operation unit 7 to set directly adjust the detection sensitivity of the hot wire sensor unit 1. Switch main unit 10, for example, by adjusting the amplification degree of amplifying the change amount of the detected heat rays by the hot wire sensor unit 1 on the basis of the setting operation section 7, directly the detection sensitivity of the hot wire sensor 1 it can be adjusted.

The following briefly describes the configuration of the manipulator 20.
Operation element 20, as shown in FIG. 16, is attached to the mounting frame 17. Operation slave unit attached to the mounting frame 17 20 is placed on the construction surface, such as a wall of a building (not shown). Operation element 20 may be provided outside the detection area of ​​the hot wire sensor portion 1 of the switch main unit 10. Operation element 20 comprises a box 21 which is buried arranged in building material that constitutes the construction surface. Operation element 20 is, for example, be a second input determination section 22, a signal transmitting section 23, a configuration including interior storable box 21 to a slave unit controller 24. Box 21 may be a similar structure to the mounting claw 11bd of the device body 11 of the switch main unit 10 is configured to be mounted to the mounting frame 17. Operating element 20 is provided with a covering portion 22g covering the front of the box 21. Covering portion 22g can be used as a piano handle of the second operating switch 22a constituting the switching piano handle type. Incidentally, operating element 20 may form a second operating switch 22a in the same structure as the first operation switch 2a in the switch main unit 10. Further, the operating element 20 is capable of forming a second input determination section 22 in the same structure as the first input discriminating unit 2 of the switch main unit 10.

Next, the operation of the switch main unit 10 in the system 30 will be described in detail with reference to FIG.
Switch main unit 10, when the automatic On Off mode, the hot wire sensor unit 1 detects a change of the heat ray at time t1, hot wire sensor unit 1 outputs the sensor signal. The control unit 4, based on the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, the lighting load 52 is in a lighting state of the switch 5 controlled by. Timer unit of the control unit 4 gradually reduce the value of the counter of the timer unit until a predetermined time elapses from the reception of the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1. In Figure 2, the time from time t1 to time t2, is set to a predetermined time. Control unit 4, after the time t2 when the counter value of the timer section becomes "0", to turn off state lighting load 52 switch 5 controlled manner. In other words, the switch main unit 10, until the elapse of the turn-on duration set in advance, turning on the lighting load 52.

Next, the switch main unit 10, in the automatic on off mode, similarly to the time t1, when the heat ray sensor 1 is detected at time t3 the change of the heat ray, heat ray sensor 1 outputs a sensor signal. The control unit 4, based on the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, the lighting load 52 is in a lighting state of the switch 5 controlled by. Here, when the first operation switch 2a is operated at time t4 manually, the first input discriminating unit 2 outputs a determination signal. The first input discriminating unit 2, for example, during the operation time in which the first operation switch 2a is operated from time t4 to time t5, and continues to output the determination signal to the control unit 4. The control unit 4, when the operation time of the first operation switch 2a is was more than time setting previously stored in the control unit 4 performs a first control to switch 5 at time t5 after a lapse of the set time. Set time, for example, it can be 1 second. Control unit 4 gradually reduces the counter value of the timer section from time t5. Control unit 4, after the time t7 from the time t5 count value of the timer section becomes "0", as the first control, to unlit state lighting load 52 by controlling the switch 5. That is, the control unit 4, lighting load 52 is in the lighting state in the automatic on off mode, determination signal as a trigger that turned off, and sets the turn-on duration again. The control unit 4, for example, 30 seconds lighting holding time from time t3 to time t8, the can be shortened to 5 seconds from the time t5 to time t7. Hereinafter, the lighting holding time to light the lighting load 52 from time t3 depending on the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 to time t8 is referred to as a first turn-on duration, the lighting load from a time t5 in response to the determination signal until the time t7 52 turn-on duration for lighting the also called second turn-on duration.

The control unit 4, in the first control, for a predetermined period to control the switch 5 by the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 is provided with a mask period 1M to inhibit. Switch main unit 10, as a predetermined period of time, for example, it is possible to set the mask period 1M same five seconds as the second turn-on duration to the control unit 4. The control unit 4, for example, during the mask period 1M, not light the lighting load 52 receives a sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 at time t6. Switch main unit 10, after a mask period 1M in time t7, the may be configured to return to the automatic lighting off mode to allow light the lighting load 52 in response to the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 .

Switch main unit 10, for example, humans by long press than the set time of the first operation switch 2a, after the time interval than the first lighting holding time is shorter second turn-on duration, the lighting load 52 turn off. Switch parent device 10 generally is often placed at the boundary of the entrance porch and hallway. Switch main unit 10, not only the second control for turning off the lighting load 52 is switched to the forced light emitting mode by operating the first operation switch 2a, a first control to shorten the first turn-on duration to the second holding time it can be carried out. In the switch main unit 10, the control unit 4 performs a first control, the user can be done from wearing shoes at the entrance porch, a smooth action of opening the front door in a lighting state of the lighting load 52 to become. The switch main unit 10, the first control is shortening the first turn-on duration to the second turn-on duration, it is possible to achieve a further energy saving. The control unit 4, the first operation switch 2a in the time length of the continuous press pressure operating time, only are not limited selectably performed configured first control and the second control. The control unit 4, for example, whether a person specified number of times or more the number of pressure pushing the first operation switch 2a set, at or less than the specified number of times, it may be configured so as to select the first control and the second control .

Next, the operation of the switch main unit 10 which is controlled based on the transmission signal from the operating element 20 in the system 30 will be described with reference to FIG.
Switch main unit in the system 30 10 from time t21 to time t22, which function similarly to the operation from time t1 to time t2 of the switch main unit 10 described above.

In the switch main unit 10, in the automatic on off mode, similarly to the time t21, when the hot wire sensor unit 1 detects a change of the heat ray at time t23, hot wire sensor unit 1 outputs the sensor signal. The control unit 4, based on the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, the lighting load 52 is in a lighting state of the switch 5 controlled by. The control unit 4, during the first turn-on duration from time t23 to time t29, an attempt is made to control the switch 5 to the lighting load 52 are lit. The first input discriminating unit 2, when the first operation switch 2a is operated at time t24 manually, and outputs a determination signal. The control unit 4, if the operation time is more than time setting of the first operation switch 2a, performs first control to switch 5 at time t25 after a lapse of the set time. The control unit 4, as the first control, during a second turn-on duration from time t25 to time t28, control is performed so the lighting load 52 becomes illuminated. Control unit 4, in the first control, the control of the switch 5 by the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1, between the mask period 1M similarly to mask period 2M as the predetermined time period, is prohibited. That is, the control unit 4, for example, during the mask period 2M, not light the lighting load 52 receives a sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1 at time t27. Here, the switch main unit 10 in the case of the automatic lighting off mode, in the lighting load 52 is lit, the signal receiver 3 at time t26 the transmission signal from the operation element 20 is received, the first turn-on duration and the the lighting load 52 to off state regardless of the second lighting holding time. The control unit 4, at time t26 before the time t28 from the time t25 to the lighting load 52 to the lighting state based on the determination signal, the lighting load immediately control the switch 5 by the transmission signal from the operating element 20 52 to the off state.

That is, the control unit 4 during control of the switch 5 of a predetermined period of time, even mask period in 2M for prohibiting, for controlling the switch 5 on the basis of the transmission signal from the operating element 20. In the switch main unit 10, after turning off the lighting load 52 by operating element 20, to return to the automatic lighting off mode to allow light the lighting load 52 in response to the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit 1. Control unit 4, a transmission signal from mask period 2M in an even be operators 20, the lighting load 52 in preference to the sensor signal and the discrimination signal from the first input discriminating unit 2 from the hot wire sensor unit 1 It is used to control the on / off.

In system 30, in the automatic on off mode, the operation element 20 provided outside of the detection area heat ray sensor part 1, with or without a human detecting hot wire sensor unit 1 of the switch main unit 10, the lighting load 52 be a second turn-on duration, it is possible to turn off. System 30 can, for example, when the switch main unit 10 to the entrance is provided, even after being press first operation switch 2a with the intention to go out is human long, absent a person at the door by the operating element 20 states in between the second turn-on period, nor the lighting load 52 will remain illuminated. Accordingly, the system 30, it is possible to achieve a more energy saving. In the system 30, even when the switch main unit 10 in the vicinity of the entrance is provided, it is also possible to light the lighting load 52 by operators 20 provided on the opposite end of the corridor entrance.

Control unit 4 may comprise a computer-readable storage medium which may be a ROM or EEPROM. Processor of the control unit 4 (e.g. CPU) is configured to implement the functions of the control unit 4 by executing the computer readable instructions stored in a computer readable storage medium.

The present invention is not limited to those illustrated. For example, it should not be construed as illustrative and features are essential to the invention, but rather, the subject matter of the present invention may exist in less than all features of a particular disclosed embodiment. The present invention is defined by the appended claims, is intended to include any modifications within the scope equivalent claims.

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  1. A hot wire sensor unit for detecting a heat ray emitted from the human body, an input determination unit for determining whether the operation of the operation switch operated manually, determination signal from the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit and the input determination unit comprising DOO a controller for outputting a control signal for controlling the on / off of the lighting load based on, and a switch for turning on and off the power supply to the lighting load based on the control signal from the control unit It was an automatic switch with a heat ray sensor,
    Wherein the control unit, the lighting load by controlling the switch so that the off state after the elapse of the lighting load was the lighting state predetermined lighting holding time in response to the sensor signal from the hot wire sensor unit,
    Wherein, in the lighting load is the lighting state during said by the operation of the operation switch to shorten the turn-on duration, and the sensor signal by a predetermined period a control of the switch from the hot wire sensor unit, automatic switch with heat ray sensor, characterized in that the ban.
  2. Wherein, if by the lighting state of the lighting load in response to said sensor signal, can be selected and a first control and a second control by the operation of the operation switch
    Wherein the first control during the to shorten the turn-on duration, and the sensor signal by a predetermined period a control of the switch from the hot wire sensor unit, prohibits,
    The second control, hot wire automatic switch with sensor according to claim 1, characterized by controlling off the switch.
  3. Wherein, in response to an operation time of the operation switch, hot wire automatic switch with sensor as claimed in claim 2, wherein the switching between the second control and the first control.
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