Born from the imagination of building tycoon, Minoru Mori, Roppongi Hills is the largest private-sector redevelopment project in Japan. With offices, apartments, restaurants, shops, a cinema complex, museum, and more, people from all walks of life can enjoy new works of art, creative cuisine, and social conversation. Among the highlights of the complex is the Metro Hat – a unique cylindrical glass building that connects to the Hibiya subway line and contains numerous shops and cafes.
Literally like an upside-down stovepipe hat, the inner rim lights the way for millions of visitors annually. With constant foot traffic, the Metro Hat relies upon the best quality fixtures and dimming technology to support the space's architecture, enhance the visitor experience, and minimize maintenance costs. And that is where GRE Alpha’s LED innovation comes into play. LED’s are best controlled by keeping their voltage constant and varying current or vice versa, With 10,000 dimming steps and GRE’s advanced digital filtering technology, the SLD-DIM1X dimming module provides best-in-class, flicker-free PWM (pulse with modulated dimming) for 0-10V applications. You’ll find answers to frequently asked questions here or send us an enquiry to see how GRE powering solutions can work for you.