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Out and About Chauvet Professional The Royal Australian Navy Australia


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CHAUVET Professional COLORado 4 IP fixtures wash The Royal Australian Navy.


To commemorate the centenary of the first Royal Australian Navy fleet into Sydney Harbour, Australia celebrated with a spectacular pyrotechnics and lightshow including 30 minutes of highly complex choreographed fireworks, lighting and live action around Sydney’s Opera House and Harbour.


It was Fat Sound who put together the light structures for this event. The Director, Ray Eberle, came across the CHAUVET Professional COLORado 4 IP. It ticked all the boxes in terms of suitable colour saturation, build quality, IP rating and most of all output as well as price. Ray felt it was a no brainer and that the COLORado 4 IP worked perfectly to light this job for both the exterior of the Royal Australian Navy building and the events that were also inside the facility. COLORado 4 IP takes quad-coloured LED technology to a new level. The outdoor rated, linear wash light features four powerful 40-watt quad-colored RGBW LEDs. The incorporation of white LEDs widens the colour palette, while 15-degree lenses produce a powerful punch of homegenised colour. Individual pixel programming enhances the visual impact of this versatile and resilient fixture. A removable yoke doubles as a mounting bracket for stacking an array of up to four units that maintain a perfect pixel pitch.


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