The beauty of the German Museum of Technology lies in the fact that no room resembles another be it in relation to the architecture or daylight situations. Objects in the room also differ in terms of size, materials and surfaces, with some suspended in the space and others displayed in cabinets. The diverse lighting requirements were met by three ERCO luminaire families with power consumption of between 4 and 48 watts are needed for the lighting tasks: Optec, Parscan and Pollux. Optec spotlights with 12 and 24 wattages and narrow spot, spot, flood, wide flood and oval flood light distributions provide the high-performance basis of the museum lighting. Parscan with 48 watts are used in high rooms where light needs to be projected over long distances, while Pollux contour spotlights emit precise light onto pictures, information signs and text panels.
After the relighting project, the German set high museum lighting standards for also highlights the variable and diverse Museum of Technology in Berlin have contemporary museums. Besides, the project application options of ERCO lighting tools.