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Phase 3 UK T: 01592 775995 www.phase3.uk.com


Stand


1-H30 at PLASA


Managing Director, Euan Cameron would like to invite you as a valued customer of Phase 3 to visit us at Plasa 2011 (11th to the 14th of September) Earls Court. We are exhibiting for the first time in 6 long years and we will be showing off our full range of products. These include the Powersafe connectors, Powersafe sequential box and cable assemblies. Rotalock connectors. UL APPROVED P3-19pin connectors, P3-19pin spider assemblies and full cable assemblies. BRAND NEW UL APPROVED P3-7pin connectors. I hope that you can find the time to stop by and visit us.


Fortuny® Studio lamp T: +390415236953 www.fortunyshop.com


Made of steel and Italian passion the Fortuny® Studio is a tripod lamp with historical details. Originally designed by Mariano Fortuny in 1907 it is often regarded as his design masterpiece and considered one of the most remarkable lights in the history of industrial design. Re-edited in Venice by Venetia Studium in 2011 the Fortuny® Studio is now a telescopic floor lamp with aluminium shade 360 degree swivel and tilt capacity. Light isindirect and diffused; comes with removable wheels. High quality finish and attention to detail are the distinctive features of each original lamp bearing the Fortuny® trademark.


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


PLASA 2011 continues a hugely exciting year for the Czech Republic based manufacturer which launches two important and unique new LED products - the ROBIN 1200 LEDWash, and the ROBIN DLX Spot, and previews the upcoming ROBIN 'Sniper' - a mega-bright beam fixture. All are in line with the company's ongoing "Think of the Future - Consider Nature" commitment to producing genuinely more sustainable and greener technology which takes up less truck space, reduces weight loading on trusses, is quicker and simpler to rig and draws significantly less power than conventional light- sources - without compromising on brightness, features or functionality.


Rosco T: +44 020 8659 2300 www.rosco.com


Pharos Architectural Controls T: 020 7471 9229 www.pharoscontrols.com


Stand


1 - G43 at PLASA


Stand


6C 247 at Index Dubai


The Pharos Touch Panel Controller is an advanced, standalone, solid state light- ing controller with an integrated 4.3” capacitive touch screen, 512 channels of eDMX output and vast interfacing potential over a single PoE network connection. The TPC has the same advanced playback and show control engine as the award winning Pharos LPCs. The Interface Editor software builds themed user interfaces, creating and organising multiple pages of buttons, sliders and colour pickers.


Stand


1-F47 - at PLASA


Stand


1 F-42 at PLASA


LitePad Axiom is a whole new class of LitePad. Designed specifically for the film and TV market, this more rugged and versatile product is a LitePad HO+ in a metal housing. LitePad Axiom has LEDs on all four sides and an inside connector. This slim profile metal housing allows for a more durable LitePad that is perfect for both personal ownership and rental situations. The housing also enables users to quickly and easily mount the LitePad using one of the new Axiom brackets or by conventional LitePad mounting methods (Velcro, rubber bands for the smaller sizes, etc.)


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