TECHNICAL CONSUMER PRODUCTS, INC.
|TECHNICAL CONSUMER PRODUCTS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150338074||ANTENNA ELEMENT FOR A DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING FIXTURE - A directional lighting fixture is disclosed. The directional lighting fixture includes a first housing, a lighting element, an optical element, and a driver board. The lighting element is located within the first housing and substantially aligned with a central axis of the directional lighting fixture. The lighting element is configured to generate visible light. The optical element is positioned directly in front of the lighting element. The optical element is configured to direct the visible light generated by the lighting element in a specific direction. The driver board is electrically coupled to the lighting element and includes an antenna element. The driver board is offset from the central axis of the directional lighting fixture. The antenna element is positioned to be at least flush with the lighting element.||11-26-2015|
|20140334158||LED LAMP WITH CONTROLLED DISTRIBUTION - An LED lamp includes a heat dissipating base. The LED lamp further includes an LED assembly, including a plurality if LEDs. The LED assembly is in thermal communication with the heat dissipating base. The LED lamp further includes a bulb disposed over the LED assembly and coupled to the heat dissipating base. The LED lamp further includes a reflective insert disposed inside the bulb and configured to reflect a portion of light generated by the LED assembly in a substantially downward direction.||11-13-2014|
|20140327355||LED PAR LAMP IN A WIRELESS NETWORK ENVIRONMENT - A flat LED PAR lamp having an antenna secured to the exterior parabolic wall of the glass reflector for use in a wireless network. The interior wall is coated with an aluminized reflective coating that shields the antenna from the internally radiated noise. The aluminized parabolic reflector, together with its companion flat clear lens, is made using a lead-free glass to improve the lumen preservation over the life of the lamp. An efficient LED lamp array is used as the primary source of illumination within the parabolic reflector. Mounted in the base of the LED PAR lamp is the wireless communication and control.||11-06-2014|
|20140313748||FILAMENT LED LAMP - An LED lamp includes a thermally conductive base including an appendage protruding from a center of a first end and an opening to cavity on a second end. The appendage includes a channel coupled to the cavity. The LED lamp further includes an LED assembly disposed at an end of the protruding appendage and in thermal communication with the base. The LED assembly further includes a bulb disposed on the first end, wherein the appendage protrudes in a direction towards the center of the bulb, and wherein the LED assembly is proximate to the center of the bulb. The LED assembly further includes an electrical housing, configured to house an electrical module, disposed inside the cavity of the base. An electrical wire disposed inside the channel electrically couples the LED assembly to the electrical module.||10-23-2014|
|20140313730||SMOOTH LED PAR LAMP - An LED lamp includes an LED assembly including a plurality of LEDs. The LED lamp includes a circular base plate in thermal communication with the LED assembly. The LED lamp includes an electrical module electrically coupled to the LED assembly and configured to supply power to the LED assembly. The LED lamp includes a lamp body coupled to and in thermal communication with the base plate at a first end and concealing at least a portion of the electrical module at a second end. The lamp body includes a substantially smooth surface extending from the base plate to the electrical module. The Led lamp includes an optic configured to disperse light generated by the LED assembly.||10-23-2014|
|20140313729||OMNI-DIRECTIONAL LED LAMP - A lamp includes an LED assembly and a heat sink in thermal communication with the LED assembly. The heat sink includes a plurality of fins disposed around a body and extending away from the body. The lamp includes a plurality of lenses disposed around the body, in between the plurality of fins. A lens includes a slot disposed at the top of the lens and a protruding pin configured to engage with a hole on the heat sink. The lamp also includes a cap disposed at the top of the lamp. The cap includes a plurality of ridges configured to align with and interlock with the grooves of the plurality of lenses.||10-23-2014|
|20140312794||THREE-WAY OMNI-DIRECTIONAL LED LAMP DRIVER CIRCUIT - An LED driver circuit has a rectifier circuit including a first input terminal coupled to a first AC voltage line and a second input terminal coupled to a second AC voltage line. The rectifier circuit is configured to convert a first AC voltage on the first AC voltage line and a second AC voltage on the second AC voltage line to a DC voltage. The driver circuit has a switching circuit coupled to the first AC voltage line and to the second AC voltage line and configured to generate a reference AC voltage based on the first AC voltage and the second AC voltage. The driver circuit has a power management circuit configured to provide a current or power to an LED lamp based on the generated AC reference voltage. The driver circuit has a power supply circuit configured to provide a constant current or power to the power management circuit.||10-23-2014|
|20130307417||HIGH POWER DIRECT DRIVE CIRCUIT - A driver circuit for driving an LED includes a rectifier circuit to receive AC voltage and to convert the AC voltage to DC voltage. The driver circuit further includes a filter circuit for filtering the DC voltage. The driver circuit further includes a detection circuit for determining a change in the filtered DC voltage over a predetermined time interval. The driver circuit further includes a dampening circuit for dampening the filtered DC voltage responsive to the detection circuit determining that the change in filtered DC voltage over the predetermined time interval exceeds a predetermined threshold.||11-21-2013|
|20130294097||LAMP HEAT SINK - A lamp heat sink includes a plurality of heat dissipating fins disposed around a body and extending away from the body. The lamp heat sink further comprises a heat dissipating circumferent skirt surrounding the body and disposed between the plurality of heat dissipating fins. The lamp heat sink further comprises a plurality of channels disposed around the body, formed by the plurality of heat dissipating fins and the heat dissipating circumferent skirt. The plurality of channels each include an intake opening configured to receive cold air and an exhaust opening configured to release warm air.||11-07-2013|
|20130294088||SELF-LOCKING TRIM RING AND CHANNEL FOR OPTIC LENS - A lamp comprises an optical lens. The lamp further comprises a self-locking trim ring including a plurality of teeth. The self-locking trim ring is disposed over the optical lens. The lamp further comprises a heat sink. The heat sink has an inner chamber wherein the optical lens is disposed in the inner chamber. The heat sink also has an outer chamber disposed radially outwardly from the inner chamber. The outer chamber has a recess that engages the plurality of teeth. The self-locking trim ring secures the optical lens to the heat sink.||11-07-2013|
|20090302772||FLUORESCENT LAMP DIMMING CIRCUIT - In one embodiment, a fluorescent lamp dimming circuit includes power factor correction control, dimming control, and switching devices. The power factor correction control may be connected to power factor correction circuitry that produces a regulated DC buss. The dimming control circuit may be connected to the input of the fluorescent lamp dimming circuit for producing a driver signal whose frequency varies depending on the input voltage waveform perhaps as modified by a dimmer. The control circuit may produce a drive signal with a duty cycle profile to drive switching devices. The switching devices invert the DC buss voltage to an AC voltage waveform for driving a resonant tank circuit. The resonant tank circuit may include an inductance, a capacitance, and the impedance of a fluorescent lamp. The AC voltage waveform when applied to the resonant tank circuit may cause the fluorescent lamp to dim based on the dimmer setting.||12-10-2009|
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