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3. How did you overcome it? In Robe’s recent history, the launch of the ROBIN series in 2009 was the start of the philosophy now driving the R ‘n’ D and the mission to reduce the size of fixtures, increase their efficiency and power-saving capacities … without any compromise on output or features. With this to the fore, Robe has developed a whole range of entertainment lighting fixtures based on the latest LED and discharge lamp technology, a process which is always fluid as new techniques and technologies come on-steam. Robe’s ROBIN LEDWash 600 fixture launched in 2010 was a particular landmark. Robe was not the first company to produce an LED wash fixture because it was something they did not want to rush in to ... but when they did, it was absolutely ground-breaking and set real standards. The LEDWash 600 addressed most of the issues that designers and other users were missing in LED fixtures up to that point ... it was a truly stand-out product that turned the market ‘on its head’ – and Robe is very proud of this!


The LEDWash 600 has become Robe’s best ever selling product, winning numerous awards and opening the doors to many people who previously, for various reasons, had overlooked the brand! Most importantly, it provided the basis for further development and refinement of the ROBIN range, which now includes a full family of LEDWash fixtures, the award- winning DL range, the Actor range and most recently, the Pointe, the MiniMe digital lightsource and a host of other new, exciting – and different – instruments for visual designers. All these continue to build on ‘smaller- brighter-lighter’ and Robe’s desire to be more eco-friendly which is at the core of product


development and company expansion


plans, with both the LED and discharge lamp luminaires in the ROBIN series.


4. What can we expect in the future from Robe? More innovations.


Contact


Robe Lighting T: +420 571 751 510 W: www.robe.cz


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