Toshiba Led Lighting – Since last December 6 Louvre Museum will be lit with the latest LED lighting technology. The director of the Louvre Museum and the president of Toshiba Corporation, were responsible for performing the officer on the first phase of this new Toshiba Led Lighting will reduce 73% power consumption and a similar percentage emissions carbon-dioxide outside the museum lighting.
22 Picture Gallery: The Louvre Is Passed Toshiba Led Lighting
When the project is completed, the Louvre will have replaced a total of 4,500 by 3,200 Xenon lamps LED lighting points Toshiba, which will decrease the power necessary to illuminate the environment from the current 392,000 to only 105,000 watts. Also will lower maintenance costs, as the museum will light with 28 % less light points and these can have 40,000 hours life, 80 % more than the Xenon technology.
With the change, the illumination of the Louvre also gains in quality, strength, color and beauty, respecting the characteristics of the building, with a design that integrates seamlessly into the architectural elements.
Toshiba has developed to the Louvre 6 new LED solutions and a total of 10 new models with this technology, including high brightness lamps for the Pyramid, and lights for facades. The consumption of the latter ranging from 1.5 watts (from the luminaries facades) and 85 watts (from one of the projectors) and luminous flux ranging are between 25 and 3,200 volume.
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