Tight light gets a wider range
The Anne Frank House Museum recently sought a better way to showcase Anne Frank's original diary. They chose to define the diary - a UNESCO Memory of the World heritage document - with light using a Roblon Framing Spot.
For this single exhibit, Roel Meijer of Q-CAT Lighting asked Roblon if it was possible to make an LED version of the existing fibre optic spot.
'Of course it's possible,' said the R&D team.
The maiden LED Framing Spot will be installed at Anne Frank House in Amsterdam later this month. Meanwhile, Roblon has released it as a new model in the Framing Spot series.
Individual requirements determine which model is the better choice for any given project. The LED model is, for example, especially good for lighting a single object, whereas multiple fibre optic models can run off a single light generator to light multiple objects at separate locations.
Both the fibre optic (above & bottom right) and LED (middle) models have high colour rendering and effectively no UV rays, so the light is not just highly defined, but highly safe.