(19)
(11)EP 3 575 669 A1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT APPLICATION
published in accordance with Art. 153(4) EPC

(43)Date of publication:
04.12.2019 Bulletin 2019/49

(21)Application number: 18780528.8

(22)Date of filing:  04.04.2018
(51)Int. Cl.: 
F21K 9/64  (2016.01)
F21Y 115/10  (2016.01)
F21V 23/00  (2015.01)
F21V 9/30  (2018.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/CN2018/081970
(87)International publication number:
WO 2018/184576 (11.10.2018 Gazette  2018/41)
(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR
Designated Extension States:
BA ME
Designated Validation States:
KH MA MD TN

(30)Priority: 07.04.2017 CN 201710222549
07.04.2017 CN 201720356377 U
24.08.2017 CN 201710737787
24.08.2017 CN 201721068463 U

(71)Applicants:
  • Suzhou Opple Lighting Co., Ltd.
    Suzhou, Jiangsu 215211 (CN)
  • Opple Lighting Co., Ltd.
    Shanghai 201201 (CN)

(72)Inventors:
  • ZHOU, Zhixian
    Suzhou Jiangsu 215211 (CN)
  • QIANG, Jie
    Suzhou Jiangsu 215211 (CN)

(74)Representative: dompatent von Kreisler Selting Werner - Partnerschaft von Patent- und Rechtsanwälten mbB 
Deichmannhaus am Dom Bahnhofsvorplatz 1
50667 Köln
50667 Köln (DE)

  


(54)LIGHT SOURCE MODULE, AND ILLUMINATION DEVICE COMPRISING LIGHT SOURCE MODULE


(57) A light source module, and an illumination device including the light source module are provided. By adjusting peak wavelengths, peak intensities and color coordinates of blue light, red light and green light in the illumination light emitted by the light source module to preset ranges, the illumination light emitted by the light source module has a specific spectral distribution. In another embodiment, a specific light color is achieved by a specific phosphor ratio. Not only the color theory is considered for the evaluation of the lighting effect, but also the influence of the spectrum on the actual lighting effect is considered. At the same time, the influence of the luminescent material on the spectrum is considered. Thus a light source having a high comfort, a high preference, a high color rendering index, and a high color gamut index is obtained, and the light source has a similar effect to the sunlight.




Description

TECHNICAL FIELD



[0001] Embodiments of the present disclosure relate to a light source module, and an illumination device including the light source module.

BACKGROUND



[0002] With the advent and development of the third lighting technology revolution, LED (light-emitting diode) illumination devices are widely used, and people are increasingly demanding for the light quality of the LED lighting. At present, the lighting market, especially after entering an LED era, homogenization becomes more and more serious. In the case of homogenization, either one-sided emphasis on improving light efficiency or serious emphasis on a low-cost competition. At the same time, European countries and American countries are still unwilling to abandon traditional light sources such as incandescent lamps and halogen tungsten lamps. This is mainly because LEDs are not able to achieve the light quality of the traditional light sources for the time being. There are inherent defects in comfort and color rendering. This is a prominent problem in the current perception of consumer for the LED products.

[0003] In view of this situation, we urgently need to study and look for a white LED light source which is more comfortable, has higher color rendering, and has the light color effect of daylight and tungsten halogen lamps.

SUMMARY



[0004] The object of the present disclosure is to solve the above problems and to look for an LED light source that can simultaneously achieve luminous efficiency, comfort, and color rendering.

[0005] In order to achieve the above functions, the technical solution adopted by the present disclosure is to provide a light source module, and the light source module comprises:

a blue light generation component, configured for emitting blue light;

a green light generation component, configured for emitting green light;

a red light generation component, configured for emitting red light;

a peak wavelength of the blue light is in a range of 430 nm to 470 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the blue light is in a range of 15 nm to 35 nm;

a peak wavelength of the green light is in a range of 510 nm to 560 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the green light is in a range of 80 nm to 130 nm;

a peak wavelength of the red light is in a range of 600 nm to 660 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the red light is in a range of 70 nm to 105 nm;

a peak intensity of the green light is 40% to 66% of a peak intensity of the blue light;

a peak intensity of the red light is 40% to 60% of the peak intensity of the blue light;

illumination light emitted by the light source module satisfies following conditions in a CIE1931 color coordinate system:
an abscissa X ranges from 0.309 to 0.349, and an ordinate Y ranges from 0.320 to 0.360.



[0006] Further, the illumination light emitted by the light source module further satisfies following conditions: at a same wavelength, a difference A (λ) between a change rate A1 (λ) of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a luminescence spectrum of the light source module and a change rate A2 (λ) of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a reference spectrum of solar light which has a same lumen output as the light source module is within an interval [-5.0, 5.0].

[0007] Further, the A (λ) is within an interval [-3.0, 3.0].

[0008] Further, the half-width of the emission spectrum of the green light is in a range of 80 nm to 100 nm or in a range of 110 nm to 130 nm.

[0009] Further, the half-width of the emission spectrum of the red light is in a range of 70 nm to 85 nm or in a range of 95 nm to 105 nm.

[0010] Further, the blue light generation component is a blue light LED chip.

[0011] Further, the green light generation component comprises a green light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the green light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.

[0012] Further, the red light generation component comprises a red light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the red light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.

[0013] Further, the blue light generation component, the green light generation component, and the red light generation component are packaged into a whole, the blue light generation component is a blue light LED, the green light generation component is a green light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the green light by converting a wavelength of the blue light, and the red light generation component is a red light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the red light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.

[0014] Further, the green light fluorescent body is an aluminate system, or a silicate system, or a nitride system, or a nitrogen oxide system, or a combination of any two thereof.

[0015] Further, the red light fluorescent body is a nitride system, or a silicate system, or a combination of the nitride system and the silicate system.

[0016] Further, the abscissa X ranges from 0.319 to 0.339, and the ordinate Y ranges from 0.330 to 0.350.

[0017] Further, the abscissa X ranges from 0.324 to 0.334, and the ordinate Y ranges from 0.335 to 0.345.

[0018] Further, a color temperature of the illumination light emitted by the light source module ranges from 4800 K to 6800 K.

[0019] Further, a color rendering parameter CRI of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.

[0020] Further, a color rendering index Rf of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.

[0021] Further, a color rendering index R9 of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 50.

[0022] Further, a color gamut index Rg of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 95.

[0023] In order to achieve the above functions, another technical solution adopted by the present disclosure is to provide a light source module, and the light source module comprises:

at least one first light-emitting element, in which the at least one first light-emitting element emits light with a peak wavelength in a range of 435 nm to 465 nm and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one first light-emitting element is in a range of 15 nm to 35 nm;

at least one first additional light-emitting body, in which the at least one first additional light-emitting body is configured to receive a portion of the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting element and convert the portion of the light into light with a peak wavelength of 510 nm to 560 nm to emit, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 80 nm to 130 nm;

at least one second additional light-emitting body, in which the at least one second additional light-emitting body is configured to receive a portion of the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting element and convert the portion of the light into light with a peak wavelength of 600 nm to 660 nm to emit, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one second additional light-emitting body is in a range of 70 nm to 105 nm;

light emitted by the light source module is obtained by mixing the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting body, the light emitted by the at least one first additional light-emitting body, and the light emitted by the at least one second additional light-emitting body, and color of the light emitted by the light source module satisfies following conditions in a CIE1931 color coordinate system:
an abscissa X ranges from 0.309 to 0.349, and an ordinate Y ranges from 0.320 to 0.360.



[0024] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is a green phosphor.

[0025] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is an aluminate green powder GaYAG or LuAG, or a silicate green powder, or a salon green powder.

[0026] Further, the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a nitride red phosphor.

[0027] Further, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body ranges from 7.0% to 19.0%.

[0028] Further, the at least one second additional light-emitting body is CaAlSiN3: Eu.

[0029] Further, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body ranges from 8.0% to 17.0%.

[0030] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is LuAG phosphor, and a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 8.9 ± 0.5%.

[0031] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is GaYAG series aluminate green phosphor, and a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 16.4 ± 0.5%.

[0032] Further, the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a silicate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 15.7 ± 0.5%.

[0033] Further, the at least one second additional light-emitting body is Sr2Si5N8: Eu.

[0034] Further, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body ranges from 14.0% to 19.0%.

[0035] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is LuAG phosphor, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 15.8 ± 0.5%.

[0036] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body is GaYAG series aluminate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 14.9 ± 0.5%.

[0037] Further, the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a silicate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body to the first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 18.2 ± 0.5%.

[0038] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed and included in an encapsulating adhesive, and a proportion of a sum of a weight of the at least one first additional light-emitting body and a weight of the at least one second additional light-emitting body in a total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is from 15% to 45%.

[0039] Further, the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed and included in the encapsulating adhesive, and the proportion of the sum of the weight of the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the weight of the at least one second additional light-emitting body in the total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is from 20% to 30%.

[0040] Further, the at least one first light-emitting element is a blue light LED chip, and the encapsulating adhesive overlays the blue light LED chip.

[0041] Further, a color rendering parameter CRI of the light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.

[0042] Further, a color gamut index Rg of the light emitted by the light source module is greater than 95.

[0043] The present disclosure further provides an illumination device, and the illumination device comprises:

any one light source module as described above;

a power supply module, connected with the light source module to provide power required for working of the light source module.



[0044] Further, the illumination device further comprises a controller, and the controller is connected with the light source module for adjusting the illumination light emitted by the light source module.

[0045] The light source module provided by the present disclosure has a specific spectral distribution or achieves a specific light color through a specific phosphor ratio. Not only the color theory is considered for the evaluation of the lighting effect, but also the influence of the spectrum on the actual lighting effect is considered. At the same time, the influence of the luminescent material on the spectrum is considered. Thus a light source having a high comfort, a high preference, a high color rendering index, and a high color gamut index is obtained, and the light source has a similar effect compared to the sunlight.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



[0046] 

Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of an illumination device of the present disclosure;

Fig. 2 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a first embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 3 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the first embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 4 a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a second embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 5 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the second embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 6 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a third embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 7 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the third embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 8 a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a fourth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 9 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the fourth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 10 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a fifth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 11 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the fifth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 12 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in a sixth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 13 is a distribution diagram of A (λ) in the sixth embodiment of the present disclosure;

Fig. 14 is a CIE 1931 color coordinate diagram of the first embodiment to the sixth embodiment of the present disclosure; and

Fig. 15 is a schematic structural diagram of a light source module of the present disclosure.


DETAILED DESCRIPTION



[0047] A light source module and an illumination device provided by the present disclosure are further described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings and specific embodiments.

[0048] The light source module provided by the present disclosure is a cold white light source with a color temperature between 4800 K and 6800 K, and can be used in a lighting fixture 101 shown in Fig. 1 for daily illumination. The lighting fixture 101 comprises a power source driver (not shown), a controller 102, a heat sink 103, an illumination module 104, a lampshade 105, and so on. The controller 102 can be used to adjust light color and light intensity of the illumination module 104, and in other embodiments, the lampshade 105 can be replaced by other optical elements such as lenses, diffusion elements, light guides, and so on according to the design of the lighting fixture 101, and the heat sink can also be excluded. The light source module 104 comprises a blue light generation component which emits a blue light composition, a green light generation component which emits a green light composition, and a red light generation component which emits a red light composition.

[0049] The light-emitting components of these different colors in the light source module 104 can be either a light emitting diode (LED) chip or a fluorescent material that can convert a wavelength of light, or a combination of the LED chip and the fluorescent material. The fluorescent material can be selected from different fluorescent powders according to the color of the emitted light. For the blue light generation component, a monochrome LED chip can be used. The monochrome LED chip mentioned herein refers to an LED chip which does not have a fluorescent body and is directly excited by a semiconductor material to emit light. In addition, the blue light generation component can also use a mode in which the LED chip is combined with the fluorescent body, that is, the blue light generation component includes a semiconductor light-emitting element (an LED chip) and a blue fluorescent body that absorbs the light emitted by the semiconductor light-emitting element (the LED chip) and emits blue light by converting a wavelength of the light emitted by the semiconductor light-emitting element. The semiconductor light-emitting element herein can be a monochrome LED chip that emits ultraviolet light. The red light generation component is similar to the blue light generation, and the red light generation component can use a monochrome LED chip, however, in a preferred embodiment, the red light generation component includes a red fluorescent body that absorbs the light emitted by the semiconductor light-emitting element and emits red light by converting a wavelength of the light emitted by the semiconductor light-emitting element. The green light generation component comprises a green fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by a semiconductor light-emitting element and emits green light by converting a wavelength of the light emitted by the semiconductor light-emitting element. The types of the green fluorescent body comprises an aluminate systems, such as YAG, Ga-YAG, Lu-AG, TbAG, and the like, or a silicate system, a nitride system or a nitrogen oxide system. The green light generation component can be excited by a fluorescent body to generate the green light, or may be a combination of two or more kinds of fluorescent bodies, or may even be composed of a plurality of fluorescent bodies with various peak wavelengths, in a case where the green light generation component includes a variety of fluorescent bodies, these fluorescent bodies are not limited to one component, for example, the fluorescent bodies can be different green fluorescent bodies in two white LEDs. The spectral intensity between 510 nm and 560 nm is obtained by superimposing the spectra produced by the different green fluorescent bodies. The combination of the fluorescent bodies is not limited to the green light generation component. In a case where the blue light generation component and the red light generation component contain the fluorescent bodies, the fluorescent bodies of various components can also be used, and these fluorescent bodies can be distributed in different devices. It should be noted that, the red light generation component and the green light generation component herein are only descriptions for illustrating the present disclosure. For example, if the emission bandwidth of the red fluorescent body is relatively wide, there is a portion of the energy in a green region. At this time, we can understand that the red fluorescent body partially achieves the function of the red light generation component and partially contributes to the green light emission, that is, the green light generation component is composed of the green fluorescent body and the red fluorescent body.

[0050] A final light color of the light source module 104 is a mixture of light emitted from the light generation components of three different color lights mentioned above. Through a specific ratio design of different light generation components, combined with data of visual experiments, a color coordinate range of the light color of the light source module 104 is that x ranges from 0.309 to 0.349, and y ranges from 0.320 to 0.360; a preferable color coordinate range is that x ranges from 0.319 to 0.339, and y ranges from 0.330 to 0.350; a more preferable color coordinate range is that x ranges from 0.324 to 0.334, and y ranges from 0.335 to 0.345. Color rendering parameters CRI and Rf of this spectrum both are not less than 85.0, a color rendering parameter R9 is not less than 50.0, and a color gamut index Rg is not less than 95.0. A specific embodiment of the light source module 104 is a light-mixed white light LED encapsulating chip. As shown in Fig. 15, the light source module 104 comprises at least one first light-emitting element 1041 to act as the blue light generation component. In the present embodiment, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED. A peak wavelength of the light emitted by the first light-emitting element 1041 is from 430 nm to 470 nm, and a half-width of the emission spectrum is from 15 nm to 35 nm. The first light-emitting element 1041 acts as the blue light generation component in the light source module 104. The spectral intensity of the first light-emitting element 1041 is the largest of the emission peaks composed of the three light colors. The light source module 104 further comprises at least one first additional light-emitting body 1042 acting as a green light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is configured for receiving a portion of the light emitted by the first light-emitting element and converts the portion of the light into light having a peak wavelength of 510 nm to 560 nm to emit. The half-width of the emission spectrum is in a range of 80 nm to 130 nm. A preferable range is from 80 nm to 100 nm and from 110 nm to 130 nm, and the spectral intensity of the emission spectrum is about 40% to 66% of the peak intensity of the blue light. In the present embodiment, the first additional light-emitting body 1042 is a green phosphor. Phosphor types that can be selected include an aluminate green powder GaYAG or LuAG, or a silicate green powder, or a salon green powder. The light source module 104 further comprises at least one second additional light-emitting body 1043 acting as a red light generation component. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is configured for receiving a portion of the light emitted by the first light-emitting element and converts the portion of the light into light having a peak wavelength of 600 nm to 660 nm to emit. The half-width of the emission spectrum is in a range of 70 nm to 105 nm. A preferable range is from 70 nm to 85 nm and from 95 nm to 105 nm, and the spectral intensity of the emission spectrum is about 40% to 60% of the peak intensity of the blue light. In the present embodiment, the second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a red phosphor, preferably a nitride red phosphor. In the following examples, we choose two kinds of red phosphors, whose molecular formulas are CaAlSiN3: Eu and Sr2Si5N8: Eu. In the present embodiment, the light source module 104 is an encapsulated white light LED chip. Therefore, the light source module 104 further comprises an encapsulating adhesive. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 and the second additional light-emitting body 1043 are evenly mixed in the encapsulating adhesive, and the mixed encapsulating adhesive covers the blue light LED chip which acts as the first light-emitting element 1041. In which a weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body 1043 to the first additional light-emitting body 1042 ranges from 7.0% to 19.0%. A proportion of a sum of a weight of the first additional light-emitting body and a weight of the second additional light-emitting body in a total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the first additional light-emitting body and the second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is from about 15% to 45%, and preferable is from 20% to 30%. After encapsulating, the light source module 104 is lighted up to form a white spectrum, and a color temperature ranges from 4800 K to 6800 K. The color rendering parameters CRI, R9, Rf and the color gamut index Rg of the spectrum have higher values.

[0051] In addition, light emitted by the light source module 104 in the present disclosure further has the following features: in a case of the same wavelength, A1 (λ) represents a change rate of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a luminescence spectrum of the light source module 104, and A2 (λ) represents a change rate of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a reference spectrum of solar light which has a same lumen output as the light source module 104. A difference A (λ) between A1 (λ) and A2 (λ) is within an interval [-5.0, 5.0], that is -5.0<A1(λ) - A2(λ)≤5.0. In a more preferable embodiment, -3.0≤A1(λ) - A2(λ)≤3.0.

[0052] Herein, adjacent refers to 5 nm acting as a calculation interval, that is, in a case of calculating the change rate of the spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths, it is calculated at an interval of 5 nm. A specific operation formulas for A1 (λ) and A2 (λ) are as follows:




in which P(λ) is an emission spectrum of the light source module, R(λ) is an emission spectrum of reference solar light having a same color temperature as the light source module, and V(λ) is a function of light visual efficiency of the bright visual spectrum.

[0053] The emission spectrum R(λ) of the reference solar light is calculated according to the following formula:







[0054] CCT is a spectral color temperature value, S0 (λ) is a standard solar light spectrum Daylight 6500K. S1 (λ) and S2 (λ) are correction coefficients.

[0055] In practical applications, for different types of phosphors, the proportions of the weights of the powders are different, and the types and the weight ratios of the phosphors of the several preferable embodiments of the light source module 104 are shown in the following table.
 red phosphorweight of red powder wt1 (g)green phosphorweight of green powder wt2(g)weight of encapsulating adhesive wt3(g)wt1/wt2(wt1+wt2)/(wtl+wt2+wt3)
First embodiment CaAlSiN3: Eu 0.27 LuAG 3.02 7.8 8.9% 29.7%
Second embodiment CaAlSiN3: Eu 0.28 silicate green phosphor 1.78 7.8 15.7% 20.9%
Third embodiment CaAlSiN3: Eu 0.31 GaYAG 1.89 7.8 16.4% 22.0%
Fourth embodiment Sr2Si5N8: Eu 0.34 silicate green phosphor 1.87 7.8 18.2% 22.1%
Fifth embodiment Sr2Si5N8: Eu 0.51 LuAG, 3.22 7.8 15.8% 32.4%
Sixth embodiment Sr2Si5N8: Eu 0.25 GaYAG 1.68 7.8 14.9% 19.8%


[0056] In the table above, wt1/wt2 represents the weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body 1043 to the first additional light-emitting body 1042, while (wt1+wt2)/ (wt1+wt2+wt3) represents a ratio of the phosphors (the first additional light-emitting body and the second additional light-emitting body) to a total weight of the encapsulating adhesive mixed with the phosphors (the first additional light-emitting body and the second additional light-emitting body). These weight ratios in the above table are the actual data in a batch of products, due to the purity of the phosphors in each of the batches, the particle sizes are slightly different from each other. In order to avoid these factors affecting the final light color, the weight ratios of the two phosphors in each batches of the products are adjusted compared with the data in the above table, and the adjustment range is basically within ±0.5%. The proportion of the weights of the first additional light-emitting body and the second additional light-emitting body in a total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the first additional light-emitting body and the second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is mainly in a range of 20% to 30%, this is because the selected phosphors have a high purity, and in a case where the quality and the purity of the phosphors are poor, the proportion of phosphors is greater. In addition, we can also see that the weight ratio of CaAlSiN3: Eu and the green phosphor is generally larger than the weight ratio of Sr2Si5N8: Eu and the green phosphor due to the difference in molecular formulas. The weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body 1043 to the first additional light-emitting body 1042 is in the range of 8.0% to 17.0% in the case that CaAlSiN3: Eu is used as the red phosphor, and the weight ratio of the second additional light-emitting body 1043 to the first additional light-emitting body 1042 is in the range of 14.0% to 19.0% in a case that Sr2Si5N8: Eu is used as the red phosphor.

[0057] Some preferable embodiments of the light source module 104 are described below.

[0058] First embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is a LuAG green phosphor in an aluminate system, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor CaAlSiN3: Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the blue light LED chip not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 2 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the first embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 2, the energy of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip forms a first peak with a peak wavelength of 450 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.8 ±5 nm (21.8 is a measured value of the light source module, in the actual productions, the measured values of the half-width of each of the light source modules in the same batch are slightly deviated, so there is a positive and negative interval and the subsequent values are the same). The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into green light to form a second peak. A main peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 515 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 129.4±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 55.0% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into red light. In Fig. 2, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 615 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 55.8% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the first embodiment is shown in Fig. 3, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 2, the value of A (λ) is within -2.4 to 2.6. The color coordinates of the first embodiment are x = 0.3434, y = 0.3520, the color temperature is 5067K, the color rendering index CRI is 93.5, R9 is 64.5, Rf is 90.6, and the color gamut index Rg is 100.4.

[0059] Second embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is silicate green phosphor, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor CaAlSiN3: Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the LED chip for emitting the blue light not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 4 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the second embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 4, the energy of the blue light emitted by the LED chip for emitting blue light forms a first peak with a peak wavelength of 450 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.8 ±5 nm. The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the LED chip for emitting blue light into green light to form a second peak. A main peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 540 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 90±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 51.0% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the LED chip for emitting blue light into red light. In Fig. 4, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 615 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 44.2% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the second embodiment is shown in Fig. 5, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 5, the value of A (λ) is within -2.7 to 3.1. The color coordinates of the second embodiment are x = 0.3221, y = 0.3310, the color temperature is 5973K, the color rendering index CRI is 92.4, R9 is 85.2, Rf is 88.0, and the color gamut index Rg is 102.0.

[0060] Third embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is GaYAG green phosphor in the aluminate system, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor CaAlSiN3: Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the blue light LED chip not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 6 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the third embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 6, the energy of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip forms a first peak with a peak wavelength of 450 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.8 ±5 nm. The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into green light to form a second peak. Amain peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 535 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 90±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 57.2% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into red light. In Fig. 6, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 625 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 49% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the third embodiment is shown in Fig. 7, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 7, the value of A (λ) is within -2.4 to 2.9. The color coordinates of the third embodiment are x=0.3292, y=0.3391, the color temperature is 5634K, the color rendering index CRI is 93.8, R9 is 94.0, Rf is 89.7, and the color gamut index Rg is 102.8.

[0061] Fourth embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is silicate green phosphor, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor Sr2Si5N8:Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the blue light LED chip not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 8 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the fourth embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 8, the energy of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip for emitting blue light forms a first peak witha peak wavelength of 445 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.4 ±5 nm. The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into green light to form a second peak. Amain peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 550 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 120±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 59.5% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into red light. In Fig. 8, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 650 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 43.2% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the fourth embodiment is shown in Fig. 9, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 9, the value of A (λ) is within -2.2 to 2.5. The color coordinates of the fourth embodiment are x=0.3228, y= 0.3454, the color temperature is 5942K, the color rendering index CRI is 86.3, R9 is 61.3, Rf is 86.5, and the color gamut index Rg is 100.1.

[0062] Fifth embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is LuAG green phosphor in the aluminate system, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor Sr2Si5N8:Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the blue light LED chip not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 10 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the fifth embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 10, the energy of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip forms a first peak with a peak wavelength of 450 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.8 ±5 nm. The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into green light to form a second peak. A main peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 530 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 122±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 43.9% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into red light. In Fig. 10, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 650 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80.4±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 54.8% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the fifth embodiment is shown in Fig. 11, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 11, the value of A (λ) is within -3.0 to 3.3. The color coordinates of the fifth embodiment are x= 0.3436, y = 0.3253, the color temperature is 4948K, the color rendering index CRI is 90.9, R9 is 59.6, Rf is 86.1, and the color gamut index Rg is 108.6.

[0063] Sixth embodiment, in the light source module 104, the first light-emitting element 1041 is a blue light LED chip, which with a peak wavelength of 445 ±5 nm and acts as a blue light generation component. The first additional light-emitting body 1042 is GaYAG green phosphor in the aluminate system, acts as a green light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into green light. The second additional light-emitting body 1043 is a nitride red phosphor Sr2Si5N8:Eu, acts as a red light generation component, and can convert a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light generation component into red light. In the present embodiment, the blue light LED chip not only serves as the blue light generation component, but also serves as an excitation light source for the red light generation component and the green light generation component. Fig. 12 is a relative spectral energy distribution diagram in the sixth embodiment of the present disclosure. In Fig. 12, the energy of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip forms a first peak with a peak wavelength of 445 nm and a half-width FWHM of 21.8 ±5 nm. The green phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into green light to form a second peak. A main peak wavelength of the second emission peak is 525 nm. The half-width of the emission spectrum of the green phosphor is 100.7±5 nm. The spectral intensity of the second emission peak is 63.2% of the spectral intensity of the first emission peak. The red phosphor converts a portion of the blue light emitted by the blue light LED chip into red light. In Fig. 12, a third peak is formed. The peak wavelength of the third peak is 650 nm, the half-width FWHM of the third peak is 80±5 nm, and the peak intensity of the third peak is about 43.3% of the intensity of the first peak. The distribution of A (λ) in the sixth embodiment is shown in Fig. 13, and A (λ)= A1 (λ)- A2 (λ), as shown in Fig. 13, the value of A (λ) is within -2.2 to 2.5. The color coordinates of the sixth embodiment are x =0.3151, y = 0.3545, the color temperature is 6292K, the color rendering index CRI is 86.2, R9 is 62.0, Rf is 88.2, and the color gamut index Rg is 99.2.

[0064] The light color of the light source module in the present disclosure is standard white light, and the Duv (Duv represents a distance to a standard black trace curve) is between positive 0.005 and negative 0.005. Fig. 14 shows the light color coordinate values of respective light source modules 104 in the CIE 1931 color coordinates in the first embodiment to the sixth embodiment. It can be found that all of the points are fall within the coordinate ranges of x=0.309 to x=0.349 and y=0.320 to y=0.360. It can be seen that the effects of the second embodiment, the third embodiment and the fifth embodiment are better, and their color coordinates range from x=0.319 to x=0.339 and from y=0.330 to y=0.350. A best range is x=0.324 to x=0.334 and y=0.335 to y=0.345. The third embodiment is in this range, actually, the effect of the third embodiment is best, which is verified by visual experiments.

[0065] The above descriptions of the preferable embodiments of the present disclosure are for illustration and description, and are not intended to exhaust or limit the present disclosure to specific forms disclosed. It is apparent that many modifications and variations are possible to be made, and the modifications and variations may be apparent to those skilled in the art and should be included in the scope of the present disclosure as defined by the appended claims.


Claims

1. A light source module, comprising:

a blue light generation component, configured for emitting blue light;

a green light generation component, configured for emitting green light;

a red light generation component, configured for emitting red light;

a peak wavelength of the blue light is in a range of 430 nm to 470 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the blue light is in a range of 15 nm to 35 nm;

a peak wavelength of the green light is in a range of 510 nm to 560 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the green light is in a range of 80 nm to 130 nm;

a peak wavelength of the red light is in a range of 600 nm to 660 nm, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the red light is in a range of 70 nm to 105 nm;

a peak intensity of the green light is 40% to 66% of a peak intensity of the blue light;

a peak intensity of the red light is 40% to 60% of the peak intensity of the blue light;

illumination light emitted by the light source module satisfies following conditions in a CIE1931 color coordinate system:
an abscissa X ranges from 0.309 to 0.349, and an ordinate Y ranges from 0.320 to 0.360.


 
2. The light source module according to claim 1, wherein the light emitted by the light source module further satisfies following conditions: at a same wavelength, a difference A (λ) between a change rate A1 (λ) of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a luminescence spectrum of the light source module and a change rate A2 (λ) of spectral intensities of adjacent wavelengths of a reference spectrum of solar light which has a same lumen output as the light source module is within an interval [-5.0, 5.0].
 
3. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the A (λ) is within an interval [-3.0, 3.0].
 
4. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the half-width of the emission spectrum of the green light is in a range of 80 nm to 100 nm or in a range of 110 nm to 130 nm.
 
5. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the half-width of the emission spectrum of the red light is in a range of 70 nm to 85 nm or in a range of 95 nm to 105 nm.
 
6. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the blue light generation component is a blue light LED chip.
 
7. The light source module according to claim 6, wherein the green light generation component comprises a green light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the green light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.
 
8. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the red light generation component comprises a red light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the red light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.
 
9. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the blue light generation component, the green light generation component, and the red light generation component are packaged into a whole, the blue light generation component is a blue light LED, the green light generation component is a green light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the green light by converting a wavelength of the blue light, and the red light generation component is a red light fluorescent body which absorbs the light emitted by the blue light generation component and emits the red light by converting a wavelength of the blue light.
 
10. The light source module according to claim 7 or 9, wherein the green light fluorescent body is an aluminate system, or a silicate system, or a nitride system, or a nitrogen oxide system, or a combination of any two thereof.
 
11. The light source module according to claim 8 or 9, wherein the red light fluorescent body is a nitride system, or a silicate system, or a combination of the nitride system and the silicate system.
 
12. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein the abscissa X ranges from 0.319 to 0.339, and the ordinate Y ranges from 0.330 to 0.350.
 
13. The light source module according to claim 12, wherein the abscissa X ranges from 0.324 to 0.334, and the ordinate Y ranges from 0.335 to 0.345.
 
14. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein a color temperature of the illumination light emitted by the light source module ranges from 4800 K to 6800 K.
 
15. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein a color rendering parameter CRI of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.
 
16. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein a color rendering index Rf of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.
 
17. The light source module described in claim 2, wherein a color rendering index R9 of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 50.
 
18. The light source module according to claim 2, wherein a color gamut index Rg of the illumination light emitted by the light source module is greater than 95.
 
19. A light source module, comprising:

at least one first light-emitting element, wherein the at least one first light-emitting element emits light with a peak wavelength in a range of 435 nm to 465 nm and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one first light-emitting element is in a range of 15 nm to 35 nm;

at least one first additional light-emitting body, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is configured to receive a portion of the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting element and convert the portion of the light into light with a peak wavelength of 510 nm to 560 nm to emit, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 80 nm to 130 nm;

at least one second additional light-emitting body, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is configured to receive a portion of the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting element and convert the portion of the light into light with a peak wavelength of 600 nm to 660 nm to emit, and a half-width of an emission spectrum of the at least one second additional light-emitting body is in a range of 70 nm to 105 nm;

light emitted by the light source module is obtained by mixing the light emitted by the at least one first light-emitting body, the light emitted by the at least one first additional light-emitting body, and the light emitted by the at least one second additional light-emitting body, and color of the light emitted by the light source module satisfies following conditions in a CIE1931 color coordinate system:
an abscissa X ranges from 0.309 to 0.349, and an ordinate Y ranges from 0.320 to 0.360.


 
20. The light source module according to claim 19, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is a green phosphor.
 
21. The light source module according to claim 20, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is an aluminate green powder GaYAG or LuAG, or a silicate green powder, or a salon green powder.
 
22. The light source module according to claim 20, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a nitride red phosphor.
 
23. The light source module according to claim 22, wherein a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body ranges from 7.0% to 19.0%.
 
24. The light source module according to claim 22, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is CaAlSiN3: Eu.
 
25. The light source module according to claim 24, wherein a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body ranges from 8.0% to 17.0%.
 
26. The light source module according to claim 24, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is LuAG phosphor, and a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 8.9 ± 0.5%.
 
27. The light source module according to claim 24, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is GaYAG series aluminate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 16.4 ± 0.5%.
 
28. The light source module according to claim 24, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a silicate green phosphor, and a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 15.7 ± 0.5%.
 
29. The light source module according to claim 22, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is Sr2Si5N8: Eu.
 
30. The light source module according to claim 29, wherein a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body ranges from 14.0% to 19.0%.
 
31. The light source module according to claim 29, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is LuAG phosphor, a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 15.8 ± 0.5%.
 
32. The light source module according to claim 29, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body is GaYAG series aluminate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 14.9 ± 0.5%.
 
33. The light source module according to claim 29, wherein the at least one second additional light-emitting body is a silicate green phosphor, a weight ratio of the at least one second additional light-emitting body to the at least one first additional light-emitting body is in a range of 18.2 ± 0.5%.
 
34. The light source module according to any one of claims from 19 to 33, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed and included in an encapsulating adhesive, and a proportion of a sum of a weight of the at least one first additional light-emitting body and a weight of the at least one second additional light-emitting body in a total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is from 15% to 45%.
 
35. The light source module according to claim 34, wherein the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed and included in the encapsulating adhesive, and the proportion of the sum of the weight of the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the weight of the at least one second additional light-emitting body in the total weight of the encapsulating adhesive after the at least one first additional light-emitting body and the at least one second additional light-emitting body are mixed into the encapsulating adhesive is from 20% to 30%.
 
36. The light source module according to claim 34, wherein the at least one first light-emitting element is a blue light LED chip, and the encapsulating adhesive overlays the blue light LED chip.
 
37. The light source module according to claim 36, wherein a color rendering parameter CRI of the light emitted by the light source module is greater than 85.
 
38. The light source module according to claim 36, wherein a color gamut index Rg of the light emitted by the light source module is greater than 95.
 
39. An illumination device, comprising:

the light source module according to any one of claims 1 to 38;

a power supply module, connected with the light source module to provide power required for working of the light source module.


 
40. The illumination device according to claim 39, wherein the illumination device further comprises a controller, and the controller is connected with the light source module for adjusting the illumination light emitted by the light source module.
 




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