Modern museums both large and theme specific often use accent lighting to highlight exhibits. 1、Customer needs Modern museums both large and theme specific often use accent lighting to highlight exhibits. Effective lighting control in museums must balance the protection of the exhibits from prolonged exposure to light with the necessity of providing patrons with a well-lit environment in which to view the exhibits.
Some solutions are based around a large network control system using scene control, remote control, timing control and presence detection as patrons approach individual exhibits, the lights dim up. These systems require a massive upfront investment and in order to control each exhibit individually the circuits must be divided too much. Other museums have installed PIR or sound detection sensors to control lighting as patrons approach exhibits, but this often creates an uncomfortable viewing experience. These types of sensors are also subject to interference by external factors causing frequent malfunctions and inconveniences.
2、Programme DALITEK solutions for museums use radar detection sensors and a unique dial-stage dimming driver to achieve effective dimming for individual exhibits.The lights gradually dim up as patrons approach and dim down, but not completely off, when the area is vacant. This dimming system saves energy, increases lamp life, protects the exhibits and creates a relaxing environment for patrons as lighting levels gradually change.
The same system can also be applied to other public areas of the museum for example the foyer when it is unoccupied.