Abstract: A pocketbook light device for illuminating a low light area is provided. The pocketbook light device comprises an openable carrying accessory and a housing having a front side and a rear side. The housing is mountable within the carrying accessory. A plurality of lights is mounted in the front side of the housing. An activation mechanism activates the plurality of lights. Upon activation of the plurality of lights, the plurality of lights illuminate the interior of the carrying accessory.
Abstract: A lighting component may include a light emitting diode (LED) positioned on a printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), and a reflector positioned on the PCBA over the LED. The LED may be configured to emit an effective span of light which may pass through the reflector from a rearward opening to a forward opening of the reflector. The reflector may include a first region with one or more surfaces configured to subtend a first portion of the effective span of light. The reflector may include a second region with one or more first surfaces configured to subtend a second portion of the effective span and one or more second surfaces configured to subtend exterior light entering the forward opening back through the forward opening. The reflector may include a third region with one or more surfaces configured to subtend exterior light entering the forward opening back through the forward opening.
Abstract: An end cap for a solid-state lighting device is described that provides an electrical connection(s) between an external power source and at least one solid-state emitter disposed in a hollow member of the lighting device. An outer wall extends a first distance and an inner wall extends a second distance from an inward-facing side of the end cap base. A gap between the inner wall and the outer wall accommodates the insertion of the hollow member. A contactor electrically coupled to a conductive member on an opposite side of the end cap extends into the gap. The contactor exerts a force on a flexible conductor and provides a power supply path to or power return path from the at least one solid-state emitter. Preferably, the lighting device includes an array of solid-state emitters disposed on a flexible substrate.
Abstract: A light emitting module is disclosed. The light emitting module includes a condensing lens for condensing incident light into a space, a light source for providing first light to pass through the condensing lens, a first optical path conversion member for reflecting the first light to provide first reflected light to pass through the condensing lens and a second optical path conversion member for providing the first reflected light as second reflected light to pass through the condensing lens.
Abstract: An LED light fixture that replaces a par 36 lamp includes a body casting having an LED mounting area with an outer perimeter surrounded by an outer ring, and a shroud covering a portion of the outer perimeter of the LED mounting area. The body casting has elongated slots that extend between the LED mounting area and the outer ring. The outer ring has internally threaded openings that extend through the outer ring and that are spaced from one another around the outer ring. The light fixture includes ground mounting pins having first ends with external threads that are adapted to mesh with the internally threaded openings in the outer ring. The pins may be affixed for ground mounting and removed for disposing the light fixture in a well housing disposed in the ground. An LED circuit board containing one or more LEDs overlies the LED mounting area.
Abstract: The present invention relates to an LED flat lighting device which facilitates heat emission, while being used in a small and medium imaging device for taking a picture or an image, and which is also formed into a thin and small size. The LED flat lighting device includes an LED module which emits light toward the front side; a flat-shaped first housing which is spaced apart from the LED module so as to form a convection part for discharging heat generated from the LED module; a fixing member which couples the LED module and the first housing to each other; and a circuit board which controls the LED module and which is installed at the first housing spaced apart from the LED module so that the convection part is interposed therebetween.
Abstract: The invention provides a luminaire for illuminating a road, comprising a light source (10), a reflector arrangement (12) defining a light entrance window (18) at the top to which light is supplied by the light source (10) and a larger light exit window (20) at the bottom, and an optical plate (22) over the light exit window (20). The optical plate (22) comprises an array of elongate prisms which each extend in a side-to-side direction corresponding to the width direction of the road. The reflector (12) is primarily responsible for control of the light output in the road width direction and the optical plate (22) is primarily responsible for control of the light output in the road length direction.
Abstract: A light emitting panel assembly is provided. The assembly includes: a light source; a transition area including a first major side and a second major side, wherein at least one of the first major side and the second major side includes a plurality of vertically extending flutes, wherein the flutes extend at least a portion of the height of the transition area; and an emission area in optical communication with the transition area, the emission area including light extraction elements.
Abstract: A light fixture includes a housing defining a recessed cavity. The housing has a top, a first side, and a second side each extending at an angle from a first end of the housing to a second end of the housing, the first end being substantially orthogonal relative to a first plane. One or more lamp units are positioned in the housing to emit light therefrom, wherein the emitted light is prevented from leaving the housing in a direction parallel to the first plane.
Abstract: An optical unit includes a light source, a rotary reflector that rotates about an axis of rotation and includes a reflective surface that reflects light emitted by the light source, and a projection lens including an incident surface on which reflected light from the rotary reflector is incident. A shade is provided between the projection lens and the rotary reflector. The shade blocks at least a portion of light that has been incident on an emission surface of the projection lens at an angle within a predetermined range, that has been condensed by the projection lens, and that travels toward the reflective surface of the rotary reflector.
Abstract: The present disclosure provides a backlight module and a display device. The backlight module includes a plurality of first light sources and a diffusion plate. In a 3D display mode, the first light sources belong to different scanning areas, each of which corresponds to a display area. The backlight module further includes a barrier structure provided corresponding to the respective scanning areas and configured to prevent light emitted by first light sources in the scanning areas other than a current scanning area from entering into a display area corresponding to the current scanning area. In the backlight module of the present disclosure, the barrier structure is provided corresponding to each scanning area, which can prevent light emitted by first light sources in other scanning areas from entering into the display area corresponding to the current scanning area.
Abstract: Disclosed are a wavelength conversion device, a light-emitting device and a projection system, comprising a wavelength conversion layer having a first surface and a second surface opposite each other. The first surface receives an excitation light. The wavelength conversion layer absorbs the excitation to produce a converted light and emits the converted light or the mixture of the converted light and the excitation light from the first surface and the second surface. A scattering reflective substrate is stacked with the wavelength conversion layer and includes a white porous ceramic or a white scattering material for scattering the incident light. The scattering reflective substrate includes a third surface facing the second surface and scatters at least a part of the incident light on the third surface and then emits all the light from the third surface to the second surface.
Abstract: A cooler has a rear, front, side walls, a bottom wall. The upper edges of the front, rear, and side walls form an upper periphery. A chamber is formed Between the front, rear, side, and bottom walls. A peripheral lighting assembly has an inverted U-shaped housing located above the upper periphery forming a passageway. A plurality of light emitting diodes have connecting wires. Each Light emitting diode has an inner section, an outer section, and a central section. The inner section of each light emitting diode is located within the passageway. A lid has an upper surface. The lid has a lower surface with a lower periphery. A hinge pivotally couples the lid to the cooler allowing movement between raised and lowered orientations. The lid is of a size and shape to rest in contact with the peripheral lighting assembly.
Abstract: A light emitting device includes a light guide plate and a light source. The light guide plate has a first surface, a second surface that is opposite to the first surface, at least one third surface, and a light incident surface. The third surface and the light incident surface are between the first and second surfaces. The third surface is adjacent to the light incident surface and has a concave-convex structure. The light source is located on the light incident surface. When the light source emits light, the light of the light source enters the light guide plate and transmits to the concave-convex structure, such that the light irradiates out from the concave-convex structure due to refraction, and is reflected back to the light guide plate by the concave-convex structure.
August 23, 2016
Date of Patent:
February 12, 2019
E Ink Holding Inc.
Mei-Chen Chang, Sheng-Chieh Tai, Ching-Huan Liao
Abstract: Stage light fixture provided with: a short arc lamp adapted to emit a light beam along an optical axis; a reflector associated to the short arc lampso as to concentrate light beam rays substantially at a work point; an output optical assembly, arranged at the most downstream point along the optical axis, having a focal point arranged between the light source and the output optical assembly and coinciding with the work point; at least one color assembly comprising a plurality of color devices configured to selectively color the light beam; the color assembly being arranged between the short arc lampand the work point (PL).
Abstract: A lighted artificial tree as that includes a first trunk body, a second trunk body, a first electrical connector, and a second electrical connector. The first electrical connector is housed in the first trunk body, and the second electrical connector is housed in the second trunk body. The first trunk body is configured to couple to the second trunk body, causing the first and second electrical connectors to make electrical connection, the first electrical connector being rotationally locked to the second electrical connector.
Abstract: An interior rearview mirror assembly for a vehicle includes a mirror head having a mirror casing and a mirror reflective element, and a mirror mounting structure configured to adjustably mount the mirror head at an interior portion of a vehicle. A receiving portion is configured for receiving a portable self-contained garage door opening module at least partially thereat. The module includes a user input and a housing that houses (i) circuitry, (ii) a transmitter and (iii) a battery. The module is operable to wirelessly transmit responsive to actuation of the user input. With the module at the receiving portion of the mirror assembly, the user input is accessible by the vehicle driver. The module is configured to cooperate with the receiving portion to releasably secure the module at the interior rearview mirror assembly, with the module being releasable from the interior rearview mirror assembly.
September 18, 2015
Date of Patent:
January 29, 2019
MAGNA MIRRORS OF AMERICA, INC.
Darryl P. De Wind, Craig Kendall, Christopher R. Koetje, Niall R. Lynam
Abstract: The light source device includes a pair of elongated light source substrates on which light sources are mounted, and a connection substrate which has a flexibility and connects end parts of the respective light source substrates. The connection substrate has a bent part which is bent along each direction intersecting the connection substrate. Each intersecting direction may be, for example, a lateral direction and a longitudinal direction of the light source substrate.
Abstract: Implementations of a helmet mounted lighting system are provided. In some implementations, the lighting system may be mounted to a helmet, hard hat, and/or other type of protective headwear. In some implementations, the lighting system acts as a safety device when mounted to a protective headwear by providing illumination which serves as a visual indicator of the wearer's presence and/or location. In some implementations, the lighting system may comprise a mounting plate, a cover, a battery, and a printed circuit board (PCB). In some implementations, the PCB may comprise a logic board, one light emitting diode (LED), a capacitor, and/or a switch. Together, the mounting plate and cover form a housing that encases the battery and the PCB. In some implementations, the bottom side of the mounting plate may be contoured for attachment to the curved exterior surface of a protective headwear.