Grant shines new light on old artwork
Visitors to the Wrangell Museum this year will have the chance to see its exhibits in a new light, after some 200 of the old four-foot fluorescent tubes were uninstalled and replaced with LED bulbs.
One aspect of the replacement is efficiency, with the new bulbs lasting longer and consuming only a fraction of the power a traditional bulb does. Each bulb is expected to have 50,000 hours of life, or almost six years of continuous use.
Aesthetically, the light shines brighter as well with a crisper whiteness. But the biggest consideration will only be noticeable over time, as the change will r...