US Patent No. 10,512,128

MODULAR LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE FIXTURES


Patent No. 10,512,128
Issue Date December 17, 2019
Title Modular Light-emitting Diode Fixtures
Inventorship Yan Rodriguez, Suwanee, GA (US)
Thomas Edward Harris, Oxford, GA (US)
Antonio Marques, Covington, GA (US)
Assignee ABL IP Holding LLC, Atlanta, GA (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,512,128

1. A lighting system comprising:a master lighting fixture comprising:
an input for receiving a voltage;
a light-emitting diode (“LED”) driver having a first output and a second output, the LED driver configured to receive the voltage;
a first plurality of LEDs on a first LED board, wherein the first LED board has a first power connection point and a second power connection point; and
a second plurality of LEDs on a second LED board, wherein the second LED board has a first power connection point and a second power connection point;
a first external circuit having a first power connection point and a second power connection point, wherein the first external circuit is coupled to the master lighting fixture, wherein the first external circuit comprises:
a third plurality of LEDs on a third LED board, wherein the third LED board has a first connection point and a second connection point, and wherein the first connection point of the third LED board is couplable to the first LED board; and
a fourth plurality of LEDs on a fourth LED board, wherein the fourth LED board has a first connection point and a second connection point, and wherein the second connection point of the fourth LED board is couplable to a second external circuit; and
the second external circuit having a first power connection point and a second power connection point, wherein the second external circuit is coupled to the master lighting fixture; and
wherein the second power connection point of the first LED board is couplable to the first power connection point of the first external circuit, and wherein the second power connection point of the second external circuit is coupled to the second power connection point of the second LED board, and wherein the second power connection point of the first external circuit is couplable to the first power connection point of the second external circuit.