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The new mode of night lighting will officially run before the Spring Festival. The bell tower "beautiful body" welcomes the new year

yesterday, the new lighting mode of the bell tower began to be debugged. Photo by Dou Yiming (Wang Jiangli) on January 15, it was learned from the Xi'an Bell and Drum Tower Museum that in order to ensure the safety of cultural relics and celebrate the Chinese New Year in the ancient capital Xi'an, the bell and Drum Tower is being illuminated at night. Recently, the new lighting mode of the bell tower has been debugged, and the drum tower has also been debugged. It is expected to officially operate before the Spring Festival, creating a strong festive atmosphere for the Chinese New Year in the ancient capital Xi'an

it is reported that in order to ensure that lighting facilities are not installed in the ancient building body, the long-distance accurate light transmission method is adopted, relying on the surrounding buildings and street lamp poles, and the cutting lamp light is used to illuminate the bell and Drum Tower from a long distance, so as to achieve the desired effect

Du Le, deputy chief engineer of Northwest Architectural Design and Research Institute of China, told that the lighting transformation of the bell and Drum Tower mainly adopts the conventional method of lighting of ancient buildings in the world. Through the use of new technology, adopt cut-off projection lamps to accurately cast light, reduce glare, and project as much effective light as possible onto ancient buildings; In terms of lighting fixtures, LED lamps are more energy-saving and environment-friendly than traditional lamps, and control is more convenient; In terms of lighting control, a variety of control modes are adopted. Manual switches should be installed on the wires to control the night mode, daily mode and holiday mode of the experimental motor source, among which the night mode can better save energy. At present, lamps and lanterns are not installed on the body of ancient buildings, which also meets the relevant requirements in Article 7 "strict power safety" of the guiding opinions on Further Strengthening the fire safety of cultural relics issued by the state on November 8: lamps and lanterns "lighting process" shall not be directly installed on cultural relics, and the function of cultural relics is also the first time to be used to install lamps and lanterns outside BMW buildings to maintain a safe distance. Du Le said, "this lighting mainly uses 20 street lamps around the clock tower, adding 4 additional lamps on each street lamp, a total of 80, and 240 lamps on the building, a total of 320 lamps, to meet the lighting effect of the clock tower."

for many people's concern about the protection of ancient buildings, Quan Dongji, director of the Department of urban planning and professor of Northwestern University, said that the safety of cultural relics is a prerequisite for the protection and utilization of cultural relics. Without the safety of cultural relics, all utilization and activation are impossible. The ways and methods of cultural relics utilization are based on the principle of minimum intervention. The smaller the degree of intervention in cultural relics, the more conducive to the protection of cultural relics. Now the method and technology of July 2108, 2015 have removed many original wires and moved all electronic facilities on the cultural relics, which is undoubtedly more conducive to the protection of cultural relics

it is reported that at present, the lighting equipment with an annual output of 18000 tons in the first phase of the bell and Drum Tower has been basically installed and is being commissioned one after another. Before the Spring Festival, after transformation and upgrading, the new mode of night lighting in the bell and Drum Tower will be officially put into operation, lighting up the urban center of Xi'an, presenting the charm of ancient buildings, and adding a beautiful scenic spot to the "Chinese New Year · see Xi'an" activity

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