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LED lighting helps Japanese museums reach power
After the Great East Japan Earthquake in March, Japanese government set a goal of cutting power usage by 15% for large-lot electricity users. In order to reach the goal, many Japanese art museums turned to energy-efficient Led lighting devices, as LED lamps and LED sign boards are proven to be capable of helping preserve artworks while consuming less energy than old lighting fixtures.
Consistent temperatures and appropriate lighting are needed to help preserve artworks, and LED lighting is the only ideal replacement that will not cause unexpected affects on artworks in the museums. LED devices are durable than conventional lights and could result in up to 60 percent cut in electricity consumption, and meanwhile they produce lighting very close to natural light, which is needed for artworks to display ideally.
There is no ultraviolet and infrared rays coming from LED lighting devices and LED lights also discharge less heat than conventional lamps. All of these advantages enable LED lighting to help Japanese museums reduce power consumption significantly while causing no affects to their precious artworks.