Solais Lighting has been chosen for a final LED test at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC. he Department of Energy will formally supervise the outcomes of the test as part of a DOE Solid State Lighting GATEWAY Demonstration Project.
The testing contains he artworks of early modernist and a painting of Thomas Hart Benton. The museum is evaluating the ability of the LED lamps whether they can distribute lights evenly on the floors and at the same time spotlighting the art. The performance is evaluated by light output, the absence of IR or UV, color appearance and beam spread.
PAR30 Long-Neck lamps deliver a CRI of 82 and can light up to 50,000 hours. It’s suitable for recessed and track applications within museum, hospitality, retail, residential and commercial environment.