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LED lights in exhibition cases

From: Robert Lewis <robert.lewis>
Date: Monday, November 26, 2007
Glasgow Museums, as part of a new museum project, are considering
the use of LED light-sources for the display of objects. There is a
perhaps historical perception of LED sources offering poor colour
rendering, countering the benefits of energy efficiency, zero UV
emissions and long-life. There has been discussion on this topic on
the DistList in the past, but this technology has moved quickly,
particularly the improved colour rendering of tri- and
tetra-chromatic white LED sources, and we would love to hear from
any institution which has employed the use of LEDs in the display of
objects and artworks.

Rob Lewis ACR
Conservator - Riverside Project
Culture and Sport Glasgow
Museum of Transport
1 Bunhouse Road
Glasgow G3 8DP
+44 141 2872661
Fax: +44 141 2872692


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