Lighting systems, which are one of the most powerful factors in bringing the works to the fore, have a critical importance for museum exhibition units. The type of lighting applied, its power, light temperature and focusing degree can be shown as the main factors that determine the selection criteria.
Fibula Museum Showcase offers a wide range of lighting options to users by diversifying its exhibition units in line with both technical requirements and customer requirements.
LED Spots: It is the most preferred type of lighting in museums because of its low power requirement and it allows to apply the required amount of lighting to the determined points of the work area by mounting many LED Spots at suitable points in the showcase.
Thanks to the lenses in each luminaire used, it allows both a homogeneous light distribution in the work area and the use of intense light collected on the work by collecting or scattering the light.
Optionally, LED Spots can be dimmed and the light power can be adjusted from a single center.
LED Panels: Generally, LED Panels are preferred as a lighting element in the work area when a homogeneous light distribution is desired in the environment.
LED Panels can be used together with LED Spots, thus keeping the focus on the work and providing a uniquely beautiful lighting in the work area.
Just like LED Spots, LED Panels can be dimmed and light power can be adjusted from a single center.
Fiber Optic Systems: The Basic Principle in Fiber Optic Systems is to transmit light from one point to another with the lens logic. It can transfer the light sent over it to the output by keeping it in the center without being affected by the external environment.
In this type of lighting, which today's technology offers to the world of museums, any heating from the luminaire is not carried to the work area, and the work is not affected by external factors for many years.
In addition, since the light is transmitted from a single center in this technology, it does not contain any safety hazards such as fire and explosion.