Wiring Matters 51 - Summer 2014
LEDs: Catching our eye
Paul Ruffles, of Lighting Design & Technology, sent through two photographs showcasing the use of LED lighting systems in museums settings.
The American Museum in Britain, lit with eighteen 2 W adjustable LED downlights. These were positioned on the ceiling to light a given area or object well with a specific beam angle. For example, the long information panel at the front was lit by just three spots with elongation beams to give a long wide light spread.
The History Gallery at the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery showing LED spots on tracks, adjustable LED downlights in structures and cases using LED projectors.
In this issue
- BEC Young Professionals event
- Cable safety: fixing cables correctly
- Cable testing
- LED lighting systems: keeping lighting under control
- LED lighting event
- LEDs: The electrician's view
- LEDs: Catching our eye
- Part P: third party certification
- Railway systems
- Swimming pools: to bond or not to bond?
- Spotlight: Julie Skirvin
- Wiring Matters podcast 1
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