US Patent No. 11,116,066

LED LIGHT SYSTEM WITH REMOTE CONTROLLED LED LAMPS HAVING INDIVIDUALLY CONTROLLED ZONES


Patent No. 11,116,066
Issue Date September 07, 2021
Title Led Light System With Remote Controlled Led Lamps Having Individually Controlled Zones
Inventorship Jeff TeRoller, Holland, MI (US)
Assignee G.T. Solutions, LLC, Holland, MI (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 11,116,066


1. A system for adjusting a LED lamp, the system comprising:an LED lamp having a housing, a lighting element connected around the housing, the LED lamp having one or more of independently adjustable zones, each of the zones having at least one controllable LED, the at least one controllable LED positioned on an outer periphery of the lighting element, an optic positioned over the at least one controllable LED so as to disperse light emitted from the at least one controllable LED, the at least one controllable LED providing for intensity and/or color adjustment;
the LED lamp having a processor and a wireless communications interface connected thereto, the processor configured to make adjustments to the lighting characteristics of the lamp;
a control device spaced apart from the LED lamp,
the LED lamp being either a wirelessly controlled non-mesh lamp, a wirelessly controlled mesh controlled lamp, a hybrid wireless mesh controlled lamp or an advanced mesh-controlled lamp;if adjustments to the at least one zone are required to an LED lamp being the wirelessly controlled non-mesh lamp, a connection is made with between the control device and the processor of the at least one LED lamp via a wireless connection from a physical location within wireless range of the site of the lamp, the processor then makes the requisite adjustments to the LED lamp;
if adjustments to the at least one zone are required to a LED lamp being the wirelessly controlled mesh controlled lamp or a plurality of wireless mesh controlled lamps, a connection is made between the control device and the processor of one of the LED lamps within the mesh via a wireless connection from a physical location within wireless range of the LED lamp, the processor then makes the requisite adjustments to the LED lamp, if adjustments to the group are desired the processor then pushes the requisite adjustment to at least one other LED lamp within the group via a wireless connection;
if adjustments to the at least one zone are required to a LED lamp being the hybrid wireless mesh controlled lamp, a connection is made to a primary lamp remotely via remote communication and the requisite adjustments to the LED lamp are performed, if adjustments to the group are desired the processor then pushes the requisite adjustment to at least one other LED lamp within the group via a wireless connection;

if adjustments to the at least one zone are required to a LED lamp being the advanced mesh-controlled lamp or plurality of advanced mesh-controlled lamps, an auxiliary control device spaced apart from the LED lamp is configured to make adjustments to a first LED lamp, adjustments are performed and, if desired to adjust others, are then pushed to the lamp or group of lamp.