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132 GUIDE - Theatrical lighting


GRIVEN | POWERSHINE SE www.griven.com


The Griven Powershine Stage Edition is a high density LEDs colour changer which features 90 powerful LEDs that are capable to deliver a strikingly remarkable performance from a relatively compact unit. The combination of RGBW LEDs offers an unprecedented astonish- ing white light output quality, as well as a wider variety of intermediate colour hues for an even broader range of application purposes. Maintenance costs are significantly reduced by the IP65 certified protection rating and the notorious long life span of the latest solid state lighting package, as well as by the total absence of moving parts for the added bonus of a totally silent operation. Powershine Stage Edi- tion is available with Spot or Narrow aperture lenses. Different photometric distributions (medium, wide and elliptical) are obtainable from an exchangeable filters selection, which can be easily mounted onto the Narrow aperture version with the help of an optional filter holder. Adjusting the inclination of the beam spread has never been so easy with the newly conceived articulated fixing system that can also offer an instantaneous and steady positioning on the floor or truss arrangement. Full digital control, obtainable from any six-channel remote DMX512 control desk, is featured along with stand alone functions implemented by preconfigured colour sequences and master/slave mode for multiple units synchronisation. The plug and play configuration includes in and out DMX connectors, on board control panel and IP65 protection rating for hassle free installations.


JB-LIGHTING | A12 www.jblighting.com


With the A12, JB-lighting has consequently implemented its own expectations of the perfect LED washlight: flat design, extreme light yield, a clearly defined beam and, for this compact design, an unprecedented zoom angle. A total of 61 RGBW multi-chip LEDs in the 15W class are integrated in the newly developed optical zoom system of the A12. Due to the hexagonally shaped lenses, the luminous field gives a homogenous overall impression, almost comparable to that of a single light source. The A12 comes with an enormous brightness and depending on the colour it can replace a washlight with a 1.2kW to 1.5kW discharge lamp. The zoom covers a remarkable range of 4° to 48°. The A12 features a high resolution true-colour dimmer 0 - 100%. For demanding work, various control curves for RGBW are available as well as different dimming curves and independent control of the LED-rings. Special attention was paid to create a fixture with noiseless operation, suitable for theatres and TV studios.


JB SYSTEMS| PLANO SPOT 7 TC www.jbsystems.be


The Plano Spot 7TC is a very compact, stylish and discrete projector that is suitable for a number of applications. They fit in every environ- ment: theatre, stage, clubs, bars and home. Plano Spot’s bracket was developed in such a way that no accessories are needed if you want to use it as a floor projector (even in different tilt angles). The Plano Spot 7TC is based on seven 3W RGB tri-colour LEDs. This is powerful enough to light up backdrops or walls in any desired colour. The colourmixing result is perfect and free from any unwanted colour spots, even at short distance. To mix colours, the optional remote control LEDCON-02 is the perfect solution. But more precise control can be obtained by DMX control. Simplified show are built in, with master / slave shows up to 16 units. Remote DMX adressing is included, even without DMX - in master / slave mode - you can adress all units automatically. The Plano Spot has IEC link-through for easy cabling.


LDR | ALBA www.ldr.it


Italian lighting fixture manufacturer LDR has introduced Alba, the 200W LED fixtures are based on LDR’s proven double condenser optical design that provides a sharp, flat beam distribution at any zoom focus setting. Available in three beam angle ranges - 8° to 22°, 18° to 36° and 30° to 55° - the Alba’s side mounted slider zoom controls adjust both beam diameter and sharpness of the beam edge, shutter cuts and gobo projection. Alba comes with either a 3,200K or 5,600K replaceable 200W white LED array, powered from an internal PWM dim- mer with RDM, and controlled by DMX or a local rotary control. Smooth control across the full intensity range is provided through on-board 4096 step dimming processing with a choice of preset dimmer curves. The elegant Italian design of Alba fixtures makes them suitable for architectural applications in addition to theater, TV and commercial events. In line with other LED fixtures, Alba offers low maintenance, a long life source, cool operation and reduced energy demands compared with conventional fixtures.


www.mondodr.com


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