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136 GUIDE - Theatrical lighting


SELECON | PL3 www.seleconlight.com


The Philips Selecon PL3 LED luminaire delivers the clean, colour balanced whites required for stage, television and film production together with a range of beautiful colours including subtle tints suitable for any entertainment application. The long life of the LED engines reduces maintenance cost dramatically and when combined with the energy savings they deliver you will quickly see the total cost of ownership benefits. This variable beam (15° - 55°) wash luminaire delivers light levels in warm tungsten white similar to that of a 1.2kW fresnel and at higher colour temperatures considerably more, all with a power consumption of only 400W. From subtle tints to strident saturated colours the colour mixing capability of the PL3 LED is complemented by three white presets (warm white, cool white, daylight) to assist with match- ing to existing light sources.There is a convenient control solution available for wherever you decide to use your PL3 luminaires, choose from local keypad control across all functions to DMX, wireless DMX or Infrared Remote Control. The PL3 focusable wash LED luminaire delivers a powerful, high output, full colour lighting solution with a beautifully homogenised beam of light, no longer do you have to rely on high wattage halogen or MSR lamped luminaires that generate heat and require dimming and switching systems to control them.


SGM | Q-7 www.sgm.it


Containing 1,200 RGB welly power LEDs, SGM’s Q-7 is a tiltable low-profile wall washer, which is IP65-rated. Available with barndoors, the Q-7 is housed in a black, slim aluminium chassis, and offers CTC and white balance control. Power consumption is just 400W and the lamp life is rated at 50,000 hours. Lenses are interchangeable (via the narrow, medium and wide lens kit) and the fixture boasts three or eight DMX channels. Set up is via an OLED graphic five button display. The Q-7 has a simple menu structure, upgradeable software (via DMX) and is IP20 rated. It features standard Neutrik powerCON connectors and standard five pin XLR for DMX in / out. As with all SGM’s new LED models, cooling methods have been improved via rectangular heatsinks, set-up and address procedures improved with the aid of internal diagnostics, and control procedures implemented to ensure that lamps run flicker-free.


SPOTLIGHT | AREA 12 www.spotlight.it


Thanks to the original project of the Area 12 where the electrical element is removable from the lantern, it is now possible to use Area 12 with three different lighting modules with thee different kinds of sources depending on the users needs. The Area 12 Halogen is equipped with power of 650W - 2kW and has a colour temperature of 3,000K and 3,050K. Its bulb life is from 200 - 700 hours and the fixture is dimmable via the mains. It is most suited to TV studios and theatre applications. The Area 12 HID 250 is equipped with high efficiency discharge lamps and comes with a complete power supply. It is suitable for two sets of lamps (ceramic CST 250W / 3,200K / 4,000 hours or daylight MSD 250W / 3,000 hours). The fixture is non-dimmable and is best suited to architectural applications. The Area 12 LED 100 is for the new 100W white LED chip of ultra efficiency and is available in three different colour temperatures, 3,000K, 4,000K and 6,000K. It has direct dimming properties through DMX and is capable of extra wide applications including TV studios, theatre, architectural and com- mercial installations.


VARI-LITE | VL1100 ERS www.vari-lite.com


Perfectly suited for theatrical applications, the VL1100 ERS luminaire from Philips Vari-Lite combines the advantages of an ellipsoidal reflector spotlight with the versatility and consistency of a Vari-lite automated luminaire. Available in Arc, Tungsten or Ceramic Discharge lamp models, all VL1100 luminaires have a 50kHz drive system that quiets the operation of the two-phase motors in the fixtures during movement and while in static positions. Three-phase, ultra quiet stepper motors provide for smooth, timed continuous pan and tilt motion; and a central bearing system in the gobo wheel reduces noise and ensures smooth operation. Arc lamp models combine cool colour tones with brightness and intensity. Tungsten lamp models combine warm colour temperature with an optional internal electronic dimmer. The VL1100CD luminaire utilises a 315W ceramic discharge lamp for an incredibly long lamp life. Plus, all models of the VL1100 luminaire include either a mechanical iris or a four-blade framing shutter system.


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