Museum Lighting with CL-500A and T10A (Part 2)
Anita Jorgensen, IESNA, IALD, LEED, LC has been practicing architectural lighting design in New York for over twenty years. Anita uses Konica Minolta Sensing's T-10A Illuminance Meter and CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer on museum, exhibit, and architecture projects. Museum projects include the Janet K. Ruttenberg exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, East Gallery of The Frick Collection, and Basketball Hall of Fame. Konica Minolta Sensing's T10A Illuminance Meter is a useful tool used to instantly check illuminance levels both in lux and foot candles, meeting lighting levels established by the curator and artist. The CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotmeter determines color rendering values and establishes quality of the light sources used. Konica Minolta Sensing's CL-500A also gives a spectral distribution curve which confirms the existence of UV, a concern for conservators.