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LED lamp heat sink

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7144135.

An LED lamp includes an exterior shell that has the same form factor as a conventional incandescent light bulb, such as a PAR type bulb. The LED lamp includes an optical reflector that is disposed within the shell and that directs the light emitted from one or more LEDs. The optical reflector and shell define a space that is used to channel air to cool the device. The LED is mounted on a heat sink that is disposed within the shell. A fan moves air over the heat sink and through the spaced defined by the optical reflector and the shell. The shell includes one or more apertures that serve as air inlet or exhaust apertures. One or more apertures defined by the optical reflector and shell at the opening of the shell can also be used as air exhaust or inlet apertures.

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