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How to Use LED Lighting for Museum Lighting

For museum lighting, many people often heard that the requirements of LED lighting for anti-glare, high-index, etc. And many years of commercial lighting project experience tells us that the museum from lighting design, to the use of LED lighting fixtures, to track lights and LED barrel lights, there are many fastidious, and even some other rules, in this detailed understanding of how to use the museum lighting LED lighting.

Using high indication LED lamps and lanterns lighting

Museum lighting because of exhibition cultural relics and other needs, the LED lighting requirements are very high, especially the optical design of LED barrel lamp, must stop glare, and the spot must be clean and beautiful, do not allow sub-spot problems. At the same time, the requirement of color rendering index is Ra (> 90), because it involves restoring the state of cultural relics with the light that corresponds to the object's color and material.

Using track lights and LED down lights

1, let's talk about the museum's standard lighting rail lights. The utility model is characterized in that the lamp position is conveniently adjusted, and the track can be used for electricity connection and lamp connection at the same time. From the special functions of the museum, because of the large number of temporary exhibitions, each time the exhibits are distributed, the exhibits often encounter changes in placement, moving objects, lighting needs to be temporarily adjusted. Therefore, the LED track lamp has the characteristics of flexible projection direction and convenient beam angle adjustment, which can fully meet the needs of museums.

2, second kinds of lamps commonly used in museums are LED down lights. This is also related to the decoration and lighting requirements of the museum. LED track lamp has been used as the main lamp, the indoor area of the stadium does not need to arrange too many lamps and lanterns, but there are some places that the track lamp can not take care of, which requires a large number of LED tube lights to solve. This kind of delicate and compact lamps and lanterns hide in the cracks in the ceiling, to achieve the concealment of LED lamps and lanterns, but also to ensure the overall illumination. More importantly, it can also distribute light sources evenly, making the ground illumination in all areas balanced without shadows.

Using LED lighting to protect exhibits

Because of the high natural light radiation, such as ultraviolet radiation, harmful radiation components such as high, at noon radiation can reach 400 microwatts per lumen, is 20 times the museum lighting standard control, will cause serious damage to exhibits. Therefore, museums do not use natural light and rely entirely on artificial lighting.

Application of deep anti glare LED lamps and lanterns

Museums are places for cultural and historical propaganda, so the light environment is usually darker to give a quiet, meaningful feel. The creation of dark environment is also conducive to the precise lighting of cultural relics and other exhibits. With the help of dark contrast, the dialogue between cultural relics and lighting has the following characteristics in lighting:

(1) the walls, floors and ceiling materials are mainly dark colors, mainly for light absorption and dark lining.

(2) the luminaire path tube is also dark, such as black.

(3) Hide the LED barrel lamp in the ceiling structure, or improve the anti-glare angle of the LED barrel lamp, as far as possible to achieve the effect of losing sight of the lamp.