Search International and National Patent Collections

1. (WO2017175884) REFLECTIVE PLATE FOR LIGHTING

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/175884    International Application No.:    PCT/KR2016/003491
Publication Date: Fri Oct 13 01:59:59 CEST 2017 International Filing Date: Wed Apr 06 01:59:59 CEST 2016
IPC: F21V 7/04
F21V 7/09
F21V 7/10
F21V 7/22
Applicants: KIM, Hang Jin
김항진
KWON, Han Wook
권한욱
ESCOLIGHT CO.,LTD
(주)에스코라이트
Inventors: KIM, Hang Jin
김항진
KWON, Han Wook
권한욱
Title: REFLECTIVE PLATE FOR LIGHTING
Abstract:
A reflective plate for lighting comprises: a first radiating-type hexadecagonal plate having a plurality of first quadrangular sloping plates coupled thereto and bent continuously while sloping, each of the plurality of first quadrangular sloping plates comprising a coupling plate on an end thereof so as to be coupled to an outer surface of another first quadrangular sloping plate; and a second radiating-type hexadecagonal plate having a plurality of second quadrangular sloping plates coupled thereto and bent continuously while sloping such that the plurality of second quadrangular sloping plates bend and extend from the plurality of first quadrangular sloping plates, respectively, and have one-to-one correspondence therewith, each of the plurality of second quadrangular sloping plates comprising a coupling plate on an end thereof so as to be coupled to an outer surface of another second quadrangular sloping plate, wherein the upper end of the second radiating-type hexadecagonal plate may be coupled to the lower end of the first radiating-type hexadecagonal plate, and the angle (θ2) of radiation from the second radiating-type hexadecagonal plate, with reference to a direction defined by the central axis thereof, may be smaller than the angle (θ1) of radiation from the first radiating-type hexadecagonal plate. Accordingly, the reflective plate for lighting, when inserted/fixed into a different lighting device, can reduce power consumed by the different lighting device and can increase the effective lighting range and the central average luminance.