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PIXLED Extends Creative and Lightweight Product Range

Leading European designed LED screen brand Pixled has significantly expanded its range of robust, portable, lightweight screen surfaces, which are popular for all creative and scenic applications - from entire stage sets to specialist presentation and exhibition areas and retail displays. In addition to the standard LED surface panels, Pixled can offer a variety of other display options to designers, which can be tailored exactly to suit their project, budget and environment.

Multiload Technology Launches LED driver LEDPowerPlant

Lighting control specialist Multiload Technology has launched LEDPowerPlant, an extremely reliable power supply for linear LEDs, designed to outlast generations of LED sources. LEDPowerPlant gives a truly stabilised DC voltage for 24V or 12V LED sources, which run at their best at nominal voltage. The driver maintains optimum stabilised DC voltage at the LEDs irrespective of mains voltage fluctuations. LEDPowerPlant’s unique electronic sensing circuitry allows it to be positioned great distances from the light sources, solving problems associated with positioning and concealing power supplies. A standard 0-10V signal provides exceptionally smooth dimming, while an internal relay completely switches off the power to LEDs when the signal is taken below 1V. This, together with remote positioning, greatly simplifies wiring, especially when dimming and increases safety using only low voltage cable to the light source. LEDPowerPlant is a true SELV product that uses safe, extra low voltage cable, and is suitable for any sensitive environment where safety is paramount.


As our last bit of news in this months issue, we at A1 Media would like to congratulate Deborah Page and Jonathan Lucas from Elstead

Lighting on their engagement. We wish the two of you the best of luck for the future!

grandMA on the Road with Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have embarked on an epic World Tour 2011-2012 with 4 x grandMA full-size and a large complement of Clay Paky Sharpy lighting fixtures accompanying the band. The truly global world tour comes in conjuction with of the release of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ tenth studio album, “I’m With You.” The band has sold over 65 million albums worldwide and scored nine singles in the Top 40 of Billboard’s Hot 100. Premier Global Production, which serviced the band for their last world tour, has returned as the lighting vendor for the new tour, working with lighting designer Scott Holthaus to fill his equipment needs. Holthaus uses four grandMA full-size, one running video from Catalyst and D3 servers and the other running lighting, with two grandMA full-size as back-up. “They are wonderful, powerful machines – I used the grandMA on every tour and they always work great, never a problem,” he says. “Of the 275 shows I did on the last tour, I only went to our spare desk once.” Image courtesy of Zach Peletz.

LED Light Sheet Helps Mulberry win Retailer of the Year

Mulberry won the Retailer of the Year category at the inaugural LUX Awards in recognition of their commitment to minimising lighting energy. The winning lighting design scheme was created by DPA Lighting and featured Applelec’s LED Light Sheet within its store display systems. Ian Drinkwater, Applelec Managing Director comments: ‘It was a true honour to have a project which uses our LED Light Sheet recognised by the LUX Awards. DPA’s lighting design maximises energy efficiency from all light fixtures, creating a unique and beautiful lit environment which demonstrates true innovation.’ Applelec’s LED Light Sheet was chosen to provide a lighting solution in the oak folly display systems. The unit delivers an LED lifespan of over 50,000 hours, achieved in part by the patented thermal management of the LEDs embedded within the sheet. LED Light Sheet runs cool to the touch, ensuring heat sensitive products can be displayed on the units without risk of depreciation and that units do not interfere with the boutique’s temperature systems.


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