US Patent No. 9,995,444

LINEAR LED LIGHT HOUSING


Patent No. 9,995,444
Issue Date June 12, 2018
Title Linear Led Light Housing
Inventorship Eric S. Leichner, Bordentown, NJ (US)
Assignee ECOSENSE LIGHTING INC., Los Angeles, CA (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 9,995,444

1. A modular linear LED lighting system, comprising:a multiple attachment configurable linear LED light housing module, wherein the linear LED light housing module is configured with removable and replaceable mounting attachments on at least two sides of the housing for mounting the linear LED light housing module;
multiple housing compartments within the linear LED light housing module, including a compartment for LED driver electronics, a compartment for LEDs, and a compartment for containing wires that traverse the housing, wherein the housing compartments provide both separate mounting surfaces and separate heat sinking for the LEDs and LED driver electronics,
a linear series internal mechanical attachment within the linear LED light housing module, wherein the linear LED light housing module is configured with at least one open side end exposing a mechanical attachment point while isolating a user from internal electronics for abutting and mechanically securing a second linear LED light housing module to form an extended length linear LED light housing modular assembly;
a linear series internal electrical interconnect within the linear LED light housing module, wherein the linear LED light housing module has a quick connect electrical connection in the at least one open side end mounted for electrically connecting the second linear LED light housing module with a matching open end; and
a mechanical assembly connection device to hold the linear LED light housing module and the second linear LED light housing module together during assembly of the extended length linear LED light housing modular assembly, such that when the mechanical assembly connection device is in place in a first configuration between the two housing modules there is a space between the two housing modules to facilitate electrical interconnection while maintaining a structurally rigid temporary assembly.