Abstract: A triode-type field emission device includes an insulating substrate; a cathode formed on the insulating substrate; a field emitter aligned on the cathode, wherein the field emitter includes a plurality of emitter tips and each emitter tip has the diameter of nanometers; an insulating layer positioned around the field emitter for electrically isolating the field emitter; and a gate electrode formed on the insulating layer, wherein the gate electrode is closed to an upper portion of the field emitter. Therefore, the triode-type field emission device may be operable in a low voltage.
December 23, 1999
Date of Patent:
October 29, 2002
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Abstract: An engine hood staff has a main tube, a hooper having a lower neck inserted in the main tube, the hooper disposed on the main tube, a positioning screw inserted in the lower neck, a first latern disposed on the hooper, a second latern disposed on the first latern, a third latern disposed on the second latern, a base sleeve disposed on the third latern, an ornament article disposed on the base sleeve, an inner tube passing through the first latern, the second latern, the third latern and the base sleeve, the inner tube disposed on the hooper, and a lamp disposed on the inner tube.
Abstract: An illumination device (flash device), which is suited to cameras, includes a flash discharge tube, and an optical member having an entrance surface which a light beam from the flash discharge tube is made to enter and an exit surface from which the light beam having entered the entrance surface is made to exit, wherein a plurality of prism portions are arranged at the exit surface of the optical member, and wherein a part of the plurality of prism portions totally reflect a part of the light beam having entered the entrance surface. The totally-reflected light beam returns to the entrance surface or a reflector and is again reflected therefrom to be efficiently radiated toward the subject.
Abstract: A table having a light source diffused throughout its structure. The intensity and color of the light source can be varied using remote controlling devices. The color and intensity of the light emanating from the table may thus be synchronized with music or other entertainment media.
Abstract: A light emitting diode lighting system comprising a plate having an exterior periphery and a central generally circular attachment zone of a reduced circumference. The plate has an upper surface with a plurality of mounting areas thereon. The mounting areas include a plurality of mounting areas in a generally circular exterior array adjacent to the exterior periphery and a generally circular interior array around the attachment zone and at least one circular intermediate arrays there between. A plurality of light emitters have light emitting upper areas and with lower areas formed with electrical leads for illuminating the upper areas with intermediate securement means there between. Each of the light emitters is secured within an associated mounting area on the plate.
Abstract: A spot light fiber (100) which comprises a core (101) which can transmit the light entered from an incident end towards an output end (102) and output the light from the output end, and a light leaking means (103) positioned along the peripheral direction on the external peripher face near the output end of the core; characterized in that the light leaking means is formed by using a light diffusive-transmissive light leaking film.
Abstract: A flashing light source mounted to rotate or fixed to the top of a hat or helmet. The light provided shines out throughout a full 360 degree circle around the wearer to signal and warn people of the presence of the wearer or of danger. In a preferred embodiment the lamp may be a single lamp formed as a circular xenon flash lamp or a bulb or flash tube with a reflector that rotates to traverse the entire 360 degree circle around the wearer.
Abstract: An oven light assembly includes a lens, a housing, a lamp base and a light bulb. The lens and housing protect the light bulb from the oven environment. The housing includes a rim having cantilever beams and louvers that engage flanged lips on an outer edge of the lens. Cantilever beams apply an upward force to maintain the flanged lips in the louvers. The housing maintains the lens properly positioned and allows removal of the lens without the use of tools.
April 28, 1999
Date of Patent:
October 8, 2002
General Electric Company
Jimmy Nelson Knight, Syndra Lou Scherffius, William Daniel Croce
Abstract: A light assembly (20) that includes a frame (28) and a body (22) disposed within the frame. A reflector (26), a socket (46) and a bulb (24) are disposed in the body. A lens (30) is fitted over the reflector, socket and bulb. The lens is snap fitted in a bezel ring (32). The bezel ring is snap fitted over to the body so as to be positioned around the reflector. The body is snap-fitted to the frame. An assembler of the light assembly of this invention can maintain a stock of frames, bodies and bezel rings that have different colors or other characteristics, such as on/off switches. Upon receiving an order for a light assembly in which the specific characteristics of the color are specified, the assembler selects the appropriate components from stock and assembles them together to provide the desired assembly.
Abstract: A light reflection member 16 for covering a light conductive member 13 is provided with a claw 16a. The claw 16a is a positioning means for setting the light conductive member 13 to a transparent substrate 2. The positional relation between the transparent substrate 2 and the light conductive member 13 is ensured by this claw 16a, whereby the assembling of a spread illuminating apparatus 1 is made easier, the positional shifting between the members due to aging is prevented and a desired brightness of the spread illuminating apparatus 1 is secured.
Abstract: A linear illumination unit (30) has a line of unlensed LEDs (31) which emit light spreading out. The light is focused into a line by a Fresnel lens (33) which allows spread and mixing of light in the linear direction and limits spread in the ortliogonal direction. A Fresnel lens is particularly effective for this purpose. The housings 34 have slots 36 to help control light spread, and the housings are open-ended to allow spread of light in the linear direction beyond the confines of the, geometry of the units. Thus, units (30) may be interconnected to provide seamless linear light in a modular manner.
Abstract: A lighting apparatus is provided including a main reflector member having a primary axis and an inner reflective surface for reflecting light to an area to be illuminated; a supplemental reflector member which also serves as a socket cover, smaller than the inner surface of the main reflector member, removably attached with respect to the inner surface of the main reflector member; and a light source configured and arranged such that a portion of the light emitted from the source will be reflected by the supplemental reflector member to the inner reflective surface of the main reflector member for reflection to an area to be illuminated.
August 29, 2000
Date of Patent:
September 10, 2002
Kramer Lighting, Inc.
Arthur I. Kramer, Lawrence A. Gattegno, Brian L. Kinnune, Peter B. van Colen
Abstract: A flat card shaped illuminator with an on/off switch integrally formed therein. The flat card shaped light is adapted to a variety of uses and the on/off switch may be momentary or latching. One or more LEDs may be incorporated therein and the batteries may be removable.
Abstract: The invention concerns a mounting bracket to securely hold elongated tubular lamp members. The mounting bracket has a stationary part which can be fixed to a static structure, and a movable part which is detachably fixed to the stationary part in such a way that both parts fix the tubular lamp in place.
Abstract: There is provided a spread illuminating apparatus in which transmission efficiency of light is enhanced and in which a good liquid crystal display screen is provided. Positioning means (25, 25) are provided on a lower plate inner surface (15) of a frame (13) that covers a light conductive member (3). The positioning means (25, 25) push up the light conductive member (3) relative to a transparent substrate (2) in the direction of the thickness of the light conductive member (3) (light source (5)) (toward an upper plate inner surface (14) of the frame) by the thickness t of a reflection preventive film (20) attached to the lower surface of the transparent substrate (2). Thus, an exit surface (9) of the light conductive member (3) does not overlap the reflection preventive film (20), and a good display can be realized on the liquid crystal screen.
Abstract: A luminaire for suspended ceilings, which permits improved packing density for warehousing and shipping. The reflector of the luminaire is designed to permit it to be shipped in a flattened state. This increases the packing density and eliminates shipping and warehousing boxes whose volume is 95% air. The reflector is typically a single sheet including a top plane with hinged side panels that snap together with interlocking tabs. An assembled luminaire comprises three or four parts: the reflector, a ballasted-socket, a lamp, and an optional diffuser or lens. The reflector, ballasted-socket, lamp, and optional diffuser or lens are either shipped separately in bulk packs or shipped in kits containing the one or more sets of components to build the luminaire.
Abstract: A method for replacing non-HID landing and taxi lights in an aircraft wing housing that originally was designed to contain the non-HID landing and taxi lights in side-by-side relationship, is accomplished by installing an HID landing light, an HID taxi light and a power control device in the space originally designed to accommodate the non-HID landing and taxi lights. A single ballast provides power to both lamps which each comprise a housing, an HID bulb supported within the housing, a lens for passage of light from the HID bulb out of the housing, a primary reflector surface disposed behind the HID bulb, and a secondary reflector surface disposed in front of the bulb for reflecting light from the bulb back through the bulb for further forward reflection from the primary reflector surface through the lens. The lens may have a lenticular array including a plurality of cylindrical surface elements for spreading the light beam emitted by the lamp.
Abstract: The invention relates to a rotary device for use for lighting systems which ensure flexible and, if required, even mobile illumination of a room, for example of a television studio. The rotary device according to the invention is mounted at intersections of a transport rail system for conveying transport units, for example lamps. It has two components which can be rotated relative to one another and of which one is in the form of a pivot bearing, serving for fastening at the intersection, for the other, while the other is a rail support containing at least one rail section. According to the invention, each rail section of the rail support is provided with contact tracks so that the transport unit present on the rail section and having current collectors can obtain energy.
Abstract: A flashlight device includes a body structure, light generating module, holder, card and outer cover. The body structure has a cavity between upper and lower sides thereof, open at least at the upper side, and closer to a front end than to a rear end thereof. The body structure also has a channel between the upper and lower sides, extending between the cavity and front end, and open to the cavity, upper side and front end. The holder has an annular portion and spaced apart leg portions connected thereto and extending therefrom such that the annular and leg portions insert and fit within the cavity and channel of the body structure and seat therein the light actuating and generating components of the module. The card covers the upper side of the body structure and the module and holder. The cover encases the body structure, module, holder and card.
Abstract: An automobile signal lamp having at least one light emitting unit including a light source whose main light emitting direction substantially agrees with the irradiation axis of the automobile signal lamp, a first reflecting surface corresponding to at least irradiation direction side half of a parabolic reflecting surface obtained by rotating around said irradiation axis a parabola taking said light source as focal point, and a direction orthogonal to said irradiation axis of the automobile signal lamp as central line, and a second reflecting surface separated from said irradiation axis by a convenient distance respectively in the reflection direction of said first reflecting surface, disposed radially not to interfere each other, and reflecting light from said first reflecting surface in a direction parallel to said irradiation axis.