LED Museum Lighting - Exhibit Lighting
Lighting in museums is critical and unique, and LED technology takes that to the next level. LED Museum lighting helps guide visitors and guests through the space, and it helps set the mood with color temperatures, color changing, fading, and indirect lighting. It can help to emphasize specific artifacts, exhibits, sculptures, paintings, or photos by using edge glow effects or LED spot lights to help draw attention and increase visibility.
Another unique and critical piece of museum lighting is protection from ultra-violet (UV) light. UV rays damage and fade artwork and other artifacts over time and unless precautions are taken, it will ruin them. Other lighting technologies like incandescent and fluorescent inherently produce UV light, and museums have been forced to use UV filters to filter out these wavelengths. Fortunately, LED lighting produces a much more concentrated and intentional wavelength allowing manufacturers like aspectLED to avoid emitting any UV radiation. That means artifacts can be exposed directly to our LED light sources without concern or risk of discoloration or damage.