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A Brief Analysis of the History of Museum Development and the Secret of 'Baby' Perpetual Existence
As we all know, museums have always been an important place for the inheritance and dissemination of history and culture. It has important significance in enhancing the cultural literacy of citizens and shaping the image of the city. What about the history of the development of a museum that is the carrier of the historical development of a city, even a country, and a nation? In the third century BC, Ptolemy Soto established a temple of the Muse in Alexandria, Egypt, which collected and looted many precious artworks and rare antiquities. The museum was established. In the 16th century, Europe entered the era of great navigation. Kings and nobles spent a lot of money to hire navigators to collect various treasures for them around the world, which set off a wave of private treasure collections; the Renaissance rejuvenated ancient Greece In the name of ancient Roman culture, an atmosphere of antiquities research has been aroused, and new changes have taken place in the field of museums, and cultural relic classification and repair techniques have risen and developed accordingly. In the seventeenth century, many private collectors began to open their collections of precious cultural relics to the public, private museums began to appear, and public museums were also established one after another. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, museums began to be built in various parts of the United States. Asian countries such as China, Japan, India, and South Korea also developed museums. From the beginning of the twentieth century to the present, the development of modern museums has become more and more perfect, from the original static development to dynamic, even online museums, various new technologies have gradually been applied to the museum’s display. Having said so much, we all know that whether it is a private museum or a public museum, there must be many treasures stored and displayed in the museum, such as the 'Three Treasures of the World' and 'Venus' in the Louvre in France. 'Statue, 'Mona Lisa' oil painting, 'Victory Goddess' stone sculpture, Rosetta Stone in the British Museum, 'A Picture of a Female HistoryThe baptism of history has become fragile and fragile, and subtle changes in its storage environment may lead to deterioration of cultural relics, resulting in irreparable losses. Then how to save them better? In various environments where cultural relics are stored, changes in temperature and humidity are an important reason for the destruction of cultural relics. The impact of changes in temperature and humidity on cultural relics is much higher than that of sound, light, oxygen and other factors. A stable temperature and humidity environment is an important task for the protection of cultural relics, and the storage of cultural relics must strictly monitor temperature and humidity data. The temperature and humidity monitoring system consists of a temperature and humidity sensor, a monitoring host, a dehumidifier/humidifier, and a museum temperature and humidity monitoring platform. It mainly adopts a combination of detection + monitoring analysis + intelligent intervention, and adjusts the museum in real time according to the monitoring data The temperature and humidity ensure that the cultural relics are in a suitable temperature and humidity environment. 1. Temperature and humidity sensor The temperature and humidity sensor RS-WS-NO1-1 is responsible for monitoring the temperature and humidity of the environment where each cultural relic is located in the museum's temperature and humidity monitoring system. This temperature and humidity sensor uses a standard 86 housing, a large LCD display, and uses imported industrial-grade micro-processing chips from the United States and imported high-precision temperature and humidity sensors to ensure product reliability, high precision and interchangeability. Suitable for temperature and humidity monitoring in the museum environment. Product features: 1. Large-screen LCD display, beautiful and generous. 2. The wiring terminal adopts military-grade spring-type screw-free terminals, which can be connected by pressing and plugging. The wires can be quickly connected even without a screwdriver on site, and the wire diameter can be 0.3~2.0mm2. 3. Using high-precision temperature and humidity measurement unit, on-site self-calibration, good long-term stability and small drift. 4. Using dedicated 485 circuit, standard ModBus-RTU communication protocol, communication address and baud rate can be set. 5, 10~30V DC wide voltage range power supply. 6. The built-in extension of the probe is optional. The built-in type of the probe is simple and convenient to install. The extension type of the probe is optional. A variety of probes can be used in different occasions. The probe cable can be up to 30 meters long. Second, monitoring hostEnvironmental monitoring host RS-XZJ-100-Y exerts its data collection function in the museum temperature and humidity monitoring system, collecting and uploading the data monitored by the temperature and humidity sensor to the museum temperature and humidity Monitoring platform. This monitoring host is a multifunctional monitoring host specially developed and produced for computer rooms, warehouses, museums and other places that require environmental monitoring. It supports GPRS, Ethernet, RS485 wired and other methods to upload data, and the device has a built-in large screen. liquid crystal. The interface is friendly and easy to operate. An external 1024*256 dot matrix LED screen can also be connected. 3. Museum temperature and humidity monitoring platformFor the convenience of management, the temperature and humidity monitoring system is equipped with a temperature and humidity monitoring platform, which can display temperature and humidity data in real time, and can also monitor the collected data After analyzing and sorting out, once the data exceeds the suitable environment for the cultural relics, the platform will notify the managers by means of text messages, emails and sound and light alarms, and promptly adopt dehumidification/humidification to ensure that the cultural relics are in a suitable environment. The museum's temperature and humidity monitoring platform supports multiple login methods such as mobile phones, computers, and Pads, allowing you to understand the temperature and humidity data in the museum anytime and anywhere. In addition to data analysis and alarm functions, the museum's temperature and humidity monitoring platform also supports functions such as map mode and historical data query, which can automatically generate temperature and humidity curves and export data. The export format supports TXT, EXCEL, and PDF formats. In spite of the gold and silver mountains, it is difficult to buy cultural heritage. Cultural relics and historical sites are historical witnesses, the crystallization of human technology and culture, the physical relics of human creative activities, and precious research materials. The protection of cultural relics and historical sites is the protection of history and culture, the protection of the common memory and interests of society, and the inheritance of excellent traditional culture.
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