US Pat. No. 9,967,930

DRIVE SYSTEM OF SEMICONDUCTOR LIGHT SOURCE, AND SEMICONDUCTOR LIGHTING DEVICE

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A driving system for a semiconductor light source including:a transformer (II) including a first coil (201) and a second coil (202) coupled to each other, wherein a first terminal of the second coil (202) is connected to a first voltage input terminal for receiving an input voltage, wherein an induced signal is generated on the first coil (201) of the transformer due to a coupling effect between the first coil (201) and the second coil (202);
a switching means (III) connected to the second coil (202) of the transformer in series and for controlling energy-storing and energy-releasing of the second coil (202);
an outputting means (IV) connected to the second coil (202) of the transformer in parallel and for supplying power to the semiconductor light source, wherein a first terminal of the outputting means is connected to the first terminal of the second coil, and a second terminal of the outputting means is connected to a second terminal of the second coil,
wherein the switching means includes a switch (300), a capacitive element (203) and a resistive element (204),
wherein the capacitive element (203) and the resistive element (204) are connected in series between one end of the first coil (201) and a control terminal (301) of the switch (300), the other end of the first coil (201) of the transformer is grounded, and the induced signal generated on the first coil (201) is adapted to control charging and discharging of the capacitive element (203), and the charging and discharging of the capacitive element (203) is adapted to control turn-on and turn-off of the switch (300).

US Pat. No. 10,070,497

SMART LIGHTING SYSTEM AND CONTROL METHOD THEREOF

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A smart lighting system, comprising: an environment acquisition module being configured to acquire environment information and at least one lighting module, and wherein the environment acquisition module comprises:a color detection unit configured to acquire color information in an environment;
an auxiliary detection unit configured to acquire auxiliary information in the environment, wherein the environment information is determined by using the color information and/or the auxiliary information;
an operational unit and a control unit configured to determine a control signal according to the environment information; and
wherein the at least one lighting module comprises:
a driving unit configured to determine a driving signal according to the control signal; and
at least one light source configured to receive the driving signal and emit light according to the driving signal.

US Pat. No. 10,168,040

DIMMING DEVICE AND DRIVING AND DIMMING DEVICE HAVING A DETACHABLE CONNECTOR FOR CONNECTING TO A CONNECTOR OF ANOTHER DEVICE

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A dimming device for dimming a light source, comprising:a first device and a second device, wherein the first device and the second device are detachably connected with each other, the first device comprises a first connector and the second device comprises a second connector, and the first connector is detachably connected to the second connector for dimming the light source, wherein the first connector comprises a mechanical connecting part and an electrical connecting part, and the electrical connecting part of the first connector comprises a plurality of conductive parts, wherein the plurality of conductive parts comprise at least two power input terminals, two dimming signal output terminals, one ground terminal and one light source status signal terminal.

US Pat. No. 10,251,239

ILLUMINATING DEVICE, CONTROL METHOD THEREOF AND CONTROL SYSTEM THEREOF

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A control method of an illuminating device, comprising:controlling the illuminating device to project initial detection light to an illuminated object, in which the initial detection light is in an initial color;
acquiring a color of initial reflected light generated by the illuminated object on the basis of the initial detection light;
acquiring a target color according to the color of the initial reflected light;
controlling the illuminating device to project target detection light to the illuminated object, in which the target detection light is in the target color;
acquiring a color of target reflected light generated by the illuminated object on the basis of the target detection light; and
determining whether a color difference between the initial reflected light and the target reflected light is within a preset color difference range or not, if yes, controlling the illuminating device to keep projecting the target detection light.

US Pat. No. 10,321,538

PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT FOR OUTPUT TERMINAL CAPACITOR OF LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE (LED) DRIVER

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A protective circuit for an output terminal capacitor of a light-emitting diode (LED) driver, comprising:a switching element;
a voltage dividing unit;
a first one-way conduction unit; and
a second one-way conduction unit;
wherein the switching element is in parallel connection with the output terminal capacitor, the second one-way conduction unit is connected, in serial, between the switching element and the output terminal capacitor, the switching element is switched on when a voltage exceeds a threshold so as to establish a short circuit between two ends of the output terminal capacitor and prevent an excessively large voltage from being applied to the output terminal capacitor, the first one-way conduction unit is coupled to the switching element for rectifying voltage applied to the switching element, and the second one-way conduction unit allows a current to flow across the output terminal capacitor from the protective circuit by a one-way conduction;
wherein the protective circuit further comprises a threshold-voltage conduction unit, the threshold-voltage conduction unit is connected between the voltage dividing unit and the switching element and is switched on when a voltage at two ends of the protective circuit exceeds a certain value;
wherein the protective circuit is connected to two sides of the output terminal capacitor; and
wherein the protective circuit further comprises a filter capacitor, one end of the filter capacitor is connected between the threshold-voltage conduction unit and the switching element, and another end of the filter capacitor is connected to a connection point of the switching element and the output terminal capacitor.

US Pat. No. 10,285,244

ILLUMINATING DEVICE, CONTROL METHOD THEREOF AND CONTROL SYSTEM THEREOF

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. An illuminating device, comprising:a light-emitting source;
a power drive unit for adjusting the power supplied for the light-emitting source;
a control system that is electrically connected with the light-emitting source and the power drive unit; and wherein the control system comprises:
a detection light switching circuit for switching on the illuminating device to project initial detection light to an illuminated object;
an initial reflected light acquiring circuit for acquiring initial reflected light of the illuminated object;
an initial color operation circuit for obtaining an initial color of the illuminated object according to the initial reflected light;
the detection light switching circuit being used for switching off the illuminating device projecting the initial detection light to the illuminated object;
an environment color acquiring circuit for acquiring an environment color of an environment provided with the illuminating device;
an initial color correcting circuit for correcting the initial color according to the environment color to obtain a corrected color, wherein the initial color is set to be the corrected color when the environment color is within a preset color difference range, and the initial color is adjusted to obtain the corrected color according to the environment color when the environment color exceeds the preset color difference range;
a target irradiating light acquiring circuit for acquiring target irradiating light according to the corrected color; and
a target irradiating light start circuit for controlling the illuminating device to project the target irradiating light to the illuminated object.

US Pat. No. 10,267,485

LIGHTING MODULE AND LIGHTING LAMP

OPPLE LIGHTING CO., LTD.,...

1. A lighting module, comprising:a light source module, which includes a light source plate and a plurality of Light-Emitting Diode (LED) light sources;
a driving module; andan optical element, wherein emergent light of the LED light source is emitted after passing through the optical element, and the optical element has a light incident portion and a light emergent portion;wherein the driving module and the LED light source are respectively adhered to the light source plate and are integrated on the light source plate, the light incident portion of the optical element covers above the light source plate, receives the emergent light of the LED light source and carries out optical configuration on the emergent light of the LED light source, and the driving module is arranged in a periphery of the light incident portion of the optical element;
wherein the optical element is a hybrid lens, and the light incident portion of the optical element includes a refraction region directly facing the LED light source and a total internal reflection region positioned on both sides of the refraction region and having at least two different heights relative to the refraction region, wherein the emergent light of the LED light source is refracted in the refraction region and then emitted from the light emergent portion, and the emergent light of the LED light source is totally reflected and then emitted after being refracted in the total internal reflection region, and the emergent light from different LED sources are overlapped after being refracted, wherein one LED source is situated substantially in a middle position of the optical element and another LED source is away from the one LED source and is situated in a distance from the one LED source; and
wherein an incident surface of the refraction region, which faces the LED light source, is a horizontal plane.