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Robe : 5 Exciting New Products Launched at Prolight + Sound! Robe - ROBIN Actor 6


This is a version of the ROBIN 600 LEDWash which has been specifically developed for the theatre, performance and TV / broadcast industries due to massive demand from those sectors for a fixed LED wash lightsource without motorised pan and tilt. This brand new product utilises all the proven and highly reliable technology of the moving ROBIN 600 LEDWash. The Actor 6’s Pan and Tilt can be altered mechanically for highly accurate focusing, and the fixture features the latest RGBW LEDs arranged in three concentric rings, all of which can be individually controlled. The zoom is an impressive 8 – 63 degrees.


Robe - ROBIN DLX Spot


The ROBIN DLX Spot is the world’s first RGBW LED Spot moving head. Its smooth and seamless colour mixing is achieved by using the RGBW LED system with a virtual colour wheel and a series of pre-programmed ‘real’ whites at 2700, 3200, 5600 and 8000 degrees Kelvin. The DLX’s output in colours is as strong as the 575/700 series ‘conventional’ discharge source units whilst average power consumption is only 250 Watts. The fixture has all the moving head spot/profile features that you would expect, including rotating gobos, iris, 10 - 45° zoom, 3-facet rotating prism, variable frost, dimming and strobing of the LED lightsource. It is very quiet in operation and is designed for theatres, TV studios and all live applications.


Robe - ROBIN 800 LEDWash


The latest addition to the ROBIN LEDWash family pushes the technology forward yet again with the addition of beam shaping – making it the world’s first LED wash light with beam shaping. The LEDWash 800 is a truly multi-purpose luminaire designed for all professional applications – concert touring, rental and staging, theatre, TV studios and production, conferences, presentations plus live events and installations of all types. The beam shaping module is both rotatable and indexable to plus or minus 90 degrees, and it has a zoom of 8 – 63 degrees is very useful as it can be transformed from a wide wash to a neat, tight spot, making the fixture extremely dynamic.


Robe - ROBIN DLF


To complement and widen the already comprehensive ROBIN range, Robe launches the DLF, which is a fresnel wash fixture. This is aimed at theatre, TV and all professional markets needing very versatile fresnel style lights. It has a unique zoom that starts at 5.5 degrees and goes to 60 degrees with no distortion, and a diffusion filter extends the zoom range yet further to 75 degrees making it ideal for covering cycs and other large surfaces. It has a beam shaping module consisting of four blades that is fully controllable that can emulate the behaviour of a barn door. The whole beam shaping module is rotatable and indexable to plus or minus 90 degrees. The shaped beam has a soft edge, and due to the very fast blade movement, it can also simulate fabulous aerial effects.


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This eagerly awaited product from Robe is a very valuable addition to the range. It is small, hugely bright and super-light at just 4.4 Kgs. Robe waited for the right LED lightsources to come on-stream before developing the LEDBeam 100, as the new Robe standard is to use only RGBW technology in the current LED range of products. With the arrival of the newest multichips on the market, Robe forged ahead with product development and finished this very small compact fixture, which has extremely fast pan / tilt movement. The LEDs are controllable in three zones – top half, bottom half, and middle. The ROBIN 100 LEDBeam has a nice tight beam angle of 7 degrees.


Robe - ROBIN 100 LEDBeam


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