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1. WO2020113045 - LAMPES SOLAIRES À ÉLÉMENTS RADIAUX

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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A solar-powered lamp, comprising:

a plurality of radiating extensions each radiating out from a central axis of the lamp when the lamp is in an expanded state, each extension being formed from a plurality of flat panels that are capable of folding relative to each other along lines between respective ones of the plurality of flat panels; and

an electronics assembly contained in a watertight enclosure and having, electrically interconnected, a solar panel, a rechargeable battery, a printed circuit board, and one or more LEDs arranged to direct light from inside the lamp and out through the flat panels of the plurality of radiating extensions,

wherein the lamp is collapsible, and the flat panels for each of the radiating extensions fold relative to each other as the lamp is collapsed.

2. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , wherein each of the radiating extensions comprises a spire that expands when the lamp is in the expanded state, and that flattens when the lamp is collapsed.

3. The solar-powered lamp of claim 2, wherein the lamp takes the form of a star in its expanded state.

4. The solar-powered lamp of claim 2, where the lamp collapses by rotating one or more of the spires about the central axis, which causes the spires to move closer to each other.

5. The solar-powered lamp of claim 2, wherein a first spire includes one or more solar panels, and other spires do not.

6. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , wherein the lamp is capable of being remotely controlled by a portable wireless device executing an application for control of the lamp.

7. The solar-powered lamp of claim 5, wherein the portable wireless device is arranged to control multiple lamps in coordination with each other.

8. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , wherein the lamp includes a power port for charging electronic devices from the battery of the lamp.

9. The solar-powered lamp of clam 8, further comprising a removable cap that seals water-tight over the power port.

10. The solar-powered lamp of claim 8, wherein the power port faces out of the lamp along a line that is perpendicular to a plane of the printed circuit board.

1 1 . The solar-powered lamp of claim 8, wherein the power port faces out of the lamp along a line that is parallel to a plane of the printed circuit board.

12. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , further comprising a handle having a first portion attached to a first part of the lamp and a second portion attached to a second part of the lamp on a side of the lamp opposed to where the first portion is attached.

13. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , wherein the lamp defines a sealed inner volume and is inflatable and debatable.

14. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , further comprising magnets arranged to keep the lamp in an expanded state.

15. The solar-powered lamp of claim 1 , wherein the lamp includes a plurality of charge indicator lights that, in response to a user input, light up a number of lights that indicates a present level of charge of the battery.

16. A solar-powered lamp for generating and providing electricity, comprising: one or more solar panels;

one or more batteries arranged to be charged with electric power from the one or more solar panels;

one or more light emitting devices (LEDs) arranged to be powered from the one or more batteries;

one or more electric connectors arranged to receive electric power from the one or more batteries and to connect to combined power/data connections on portable electronic devices that are separate from the lamp; and

an expandable and collapsible housing comprised of a plurality of pointed, tapered elements that:

each radiate outward from a centerline of the device,

each have a plurality of flat walls,

are collapsible by rotating portions of the housing about the centerline of the lamp, and

are positioned to receive light from the one or more LEDs and pass the received light through the plurality of flat walls.

17. The solar-powered lamp of claim 16, wherein the lamp is capable of being remotely controlled by a portable wireless device executing an application for control of the solar-powered lamp.

18. The solar-powered lamp of clam 16, further comprising a removable cap that seals water-tight over the one or more electrical connectors.

19. The solar-powered lamp of claim 16, wherein the one or more electrical

connectors face out of the lamp along a line that is perpendicular to a plane of a printed circuit board that connects to the one or more flat solar panels and the one or more batteries.

20. The solar-powered lamp of claim 16, wherein the one or more electrical connectors face out of the lamp along a line that is parallel to a plane of a printed circuit board that connects to the one or more flat solar panels and the one or more batteries.

21. The solar-powered lamp of claim 16, wherein the lamp defines a sealed inner volume and is inflatable and debatable.

22. The solar-powered lamp of claim 16, further comprising magnets arranged to keep the lamp in an expanded state.